∑ Solid waste: places, bins to put rubbish in, in the house, or in the street ∑ Has UNTAET any plan to clean the city, or to build infrastructure for cleaning the city? ∑ Great increase in solid waste since UN arrival- change in the type of waste ∑ lack of environmental awareness work program ∑ lack of knowledge as to where rubbish should go ∑ Canít find the right person to speak to ∑ Non bio-degradable rubbish a problem since Indonesian times ∑ No place to dispose of waste water- it now goes to creeks, beaches, and ground water ∑ Polluted, contaminated water kills fish and other marine life ∑ No seperation between grey, black, and storm water ∑ Septic tank overflows ∑ Impacts on human health- water-borne diseases ∑ Oil, petrol from cars, goes to drains.
∑ Great increase in rubbish/waste since UN arrival.
∑ Non bio-degredable rubbish a problem since Indonesia in Timor.
∑ No Places, bins to put rubbih in. ††††† house, street
∑ Give information and advice to community
∑ Special instructions for waste manegement recycling†
∑ Container deposits
∑ Education formal & Informal
∑ Supply of bins in public places
∑ Recycling reduces waste by up to 90%
∑ Legislation for land fill- Environmental law
∑ Special place for disposal treatment
∑ Indentify appropriate technology for East Timor†
∑ Methods need to be put in place to hande lincrease in waste. eg, Ozone
∑ Communities choose site for local treatment of waste
- No places to dispose of waste water
- Goes to creeck, beach, ground.
- Polluted, contaminated water kill fish other marine life.
- No separation between grey, black and storm water.
- Septic tank over flows.
- Impacts on human: health-water borne diseases.
- Oil, petrol from cars -drains
∑ Strategies waste water
∑ Communities choose site for local treatment of waste, reduces need for transport/ piping costs
∑ Education for correct disposal of waste water†
∑ Guidelines for growing vegetables in waste water
∑ Biological and treatment systems = work on all scales
∑ Separation of waster into useful/ non useful items†