Durian. Indonesia has been fighting covid-19 pandemic along with global community for more than six months. And the battle left tons of biomedical waste from hospitals and medical clinics.
Biomedical waste should be managed carefully as it contains infectious materials and also kind of hazardous and toxic waste, known as B3 waste.
Therefore, the government of Indonesia allows a regional government subsidiary company in West Java, Java Medivest to disposal biomedical waste from all over Indonesia.
Java Medivest’s waste plant is situated in Dawuan, Central Karawang in West Java with production capacity of 24 tons per day.