Indonesia has a plan to deal with its plastic waste problem

The Indonesian army had to be called out to clear Bandung's rivers of plastic last year. Image: REUTERS/Supri

Kate Whiting

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Image: The New Plastics Economy report
An unwelcome sight for tourists in Bali Image: REUTERS/Johannes P. Christo

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Plastic waste from rivers often ends up in the ocean and then on beaches Image: REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

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