49 Containers of B3 Plastic Waste in Batam Has Been Returned To Their Home Town
49 containers of plastic waste that containing dangerous and toxic materials (B3) from Batu Ampar Harbour has been return to where their home town.
TRIBUNBATAM.id - Customs and Excise or in Indonesia called Bea Cukai (BC) has completed the export of 49 containers of plastic waste that containing dangerous and toxic materials called B3 from Batu Ampar Harbour to its home country.
Re-export is carried gradually by the importer who brings the B3 waste.
The head of Compliance Guidance and Information Services division or Kepala Bidang (Kabid) Bimbingan Kepatuhan dan Layanan Informasi, Sumarna claim that four containers who has been depart on August 15, 2019 as the sign for all containers already process and return to their country back.
This Re-export has been carried out since August 14 and lastly August 15. The number is calculated until August 15, 2019.
" Re-export has been carried out since August 14, 2019 back then, four containers belongs to PT TIS already return to their origin country, Hong Kong " said Sumarna, Monday (26/8/2019).
Based on that schedule, at least till the mid of September to process all the Re-export from Batam.
But after August 15, 2019 all the containers has been Re-export to Hong Kong.
Before that, 45 containers has been Re-export to their home town.
Like in Hong Kong, France, Germany, Australia, and to the United States.
The process of Re-export that has been done by KPU BC type B in Batam relatively fast, even though the time for Re-export that given is 90 days since the first time all containers arrive in Batam. (tribunbatam.id/Roma Uly Sianturi)
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