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BioMicrobics has grown from one product focused on single-family, decentralized wastewater treatment into a multi-faceted corporation. Established in 1996, we are a global leader to provide advanc...
BioMicrobics has grown from one product focused on single-family, decentralized wastewater treatment into a multi-faceted corporation.

Established in 1996, we are a global leader to provide advanced wastewater, water, greywater, and stormwater filtration treatment systems serving diverse markets. With distributors in more than 70 countries and more than 65,000 installations worldwide, we provide end-clients with high-performance technology solutions for removing 90-99.9% of contaminants from polluted blackwater and greywater sources.

Our approach is unique in the decentralized wastewater industry as it adopts a total integrated water management strategy to develop solutions that maximize benefits and minimize life-cycle costs. As a solutions-driven company, we are committed to ongoing research and development of new and improved products. Our latest award-winning products includes secondary and tertiary treatment systems such as FAST®, STAAR®, RollsAIR®, and BioBarrier®, as well as d-Rain Joint™, SaniTEE®, FOGHOG®, LIXOR®, Mighty Mike®, BioSTORM®, SciCHLOR®, and our SciBRINE® products. Our commitment to the continuous improvement of our products and services is integral to our total solutions approach.

Along with Scienco/FAST and SeptiTech (both subsidiaries), our goal is to deliver water solutions that are better for the environment and better for the bottom line. We want to help clean the water in our world and produce simple, low cost, and robust technologies, devices, and products that deliver highly-effective, low maintenance and energy-efficient water treatment systems. We provide a high-quality turnkey, client-focused service from design through to commissioning, working closely with local councils, authorities, consulting engineers, and property developers to help them design the most appropriate system for their needs. BioMicrobics is committed to providing our clients with the highest standards of excellence not only in product delivery but also after-sales service.

With this worldwide emphasis on environmental concerns and improving water quality, our pre-engineered, pre-packaged, certified, “Fixed Integrated Treatment Technologies” (FITT®) are the result of decades of real-world operating history and proven results that offer significant environmental benefits…FITT® for the Purpose Intended.
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For more than 40 years we have taken on a role of primary importance in the water filtration and water treatment thanks to design, production and distribution of components for potable water filtratio...
For more than 40 years we have taken on a role of primary importance in the water filtration and water treatment thanks to design, production and distribution of components for potable water filtration and equipment for water treatment for civil or industrial use on national and international scale. The wide range of products, constantly updated in order to offer new and customised solutions, exclusive technology, crown jewel of internal production, a care for details fully following the Made in Italy tradition, confirm our company’s reliability and expertise, always aimed at a constant improvement and capillary worldwide distribution.

Today our Group is leader in the home and technical water filtration sector, thanks to a modern and efficient corporate organisation, ready to tackle the future challenges and to be even closer to the requirements of new markets: Atlas Filtri, the lead company, central seat of the group, assigned to the production and export into more than 90 countries around the world; Atlas Filtri North America and Atlas Filtri Far East, commercial and logistic offices respectively in North America and in the Far East; Atlas Filtri Italia that with more than 20 agencies serves the Italian peninsula, whose internal division, Atlas Filtri Engineering, is focused on the development and design of water filtration and treatment systems, standard or customised based on particular customer requests.
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Implementation of policies on the implementation of integrated drinking water and sanitation technology, in accordance with the Strategic Plan (Renstra) 2014-2019 is the implementation of drinking wat...
Implementation of policies on the implementation of integrated drinking water and sanitation technology, in accordance with the Strategic Plan (Renstra) 2014-2019 is the implementation of drinking water and sanitation technology in upstream zone of Ciliwung Subdistrict of Kemiri Muka Sub-district Beji Sub-district of Depok. Conditions in the field to meet drinking water requirements in activities of daily activities of the community using well water (25%), river water (65%), water taps (10%). The social condition is known that the number of RW14 residents utilizing drinking water from the drinking water treatment technology process of Puslitbang Settlement of Ministry of PUPR consists of four RTs, namely RT 3, RT 4, RT 6, and RT 7.

Of the total population of 176 households, the majority of the people work in non-formal sectors as construction workers, traders, garbage collectors, farming, services. The percentage is 87%. The remaining 13% work in the formal sector. Education level of 49% graduated from elementary school, 23% junior high school, 18% senior high school, and 6% graduate from university (Diploma / Bachelor).

Public understanding of the use of recycled water for daily household activities is still minimal. The community believes in the quality of recycled water through processing results and uses it for purposes other than drinking and cooking, 36% for watering plants, 54% toilet rinsing, 3% washing clothes, 2% bathing, other 5% for washing vehicles. In motivating the community to change existing condition in their environment, whether related to the customs of society and the existence of technology that need to be adjusted is done by society approach through four stages, namely identification stage and location search of model application, pre-implementation stage of development, development stage, and maintenance and utilization stage .

The impact of the implementation of settlement area is expected to provide more benefits for the community in the research location and reduce disease rate caused by the use of clean water, waste water management and waste management
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A new drinking Water Supply System for west Semarang with a capacity of 1,000 liters per second will serve three districts, namely West Semarang District, Tugu and Ngaliyan with an initial target of 6...
A new drinking Water Supply System for west Semarang with a capacity of 1,000 liters per second will serve three districts, namely West Semarang District, Tugu and Ngaliyan with an initial target of 60,000 customers. The benefit of this project is to provide additional raw water supply to improve clean water service for communities and prevent an increase of land subsidence caused by excessive use of ground water in Semarang.
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This integrated irrigation and water system is located on the Cisanggarung River, Kuningan, West Java in the form of a dam. This is one of the projects in 65 new water initiative by government during ...
This integrated irrigation and water system is located on the Cisanggarung River, Kuningan, West Java in the form of a dam. This is one of the projects in 65 new water initiative by government during 2015-2019. The purpose of this initiative is to increase food security, energy, and national raw water supply.

By the time it's finished, this dam can produce approximately 500 kW of hydroelectric power that can be utilized by surrounding community. In addition, it will produce 300 liters per second of raw water and irrigates ​​3,000 hectares, so the local community does not have to worry about the availability of clean water. Such system will be divided into two irrigation areas, namely Cileuweung area of ​​1,000 hectares and Jangkelok reaching 2,000 hectares of rice fields. The area of ​​the dam of Kuningan dam covers 5 villages and 2 subdistricts, namely Cibeureum (Randusari Village, Kawungsari Village, Sukarapih Village) and Karangkencana Subdistrict (Tanjungkerta Village and Simpang Jaya Village) in Kuningan Regency. This project is under the supervision of Ministry of Public Works and Housing (PU).
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The initiative “Building with Nature Indonesia” aims to build stable coastlines with reduced erosion risk through a unique integration of mangrove restoration, small scale hard-engineering and sustain...
The initiative “Building with Nature Indonesia” aims to build stable coastlines with reduced erosion risk through a unique integration of mangrove restoration, small scale hard-engineering and sustainable land use. In doing so we enhance coastal security for 70.000 vulnerable people by avoiding further coastal flooding and erosion in Central Java and provide them with a long term perspective for sustainable economic development.

The five-year programme will focus on the shoreline in Demak where sea level rise is projected to cause flooding 6km inland by 2100, inundating 14,700 hectares affecting over 70,000 people and the loss of 6000 hectares of aquaculture ponds.

Technical measures include the construction of permeable dams made of brushwood that capture sediment and help to establish a healthy sediment balance. This process is reinforced by small scale sediment nourishments. Once the near shore bed level has sufficiently risen, mangroves will regenerate naturally developing a natural water defense protecting the hinterland against flooding and further erosion.

By putting in place a model for sustainable land-use we aim to address the root causes to the erosion problems. As part of this various sustainable livelihoods activities will be initiated such as sustainable aquaculture. The measures will be governed under community bylaws and funding mechanisms and will be rooted in community development plans and integral government master planning for sustainable development.
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More than half of Jakarta residents live in the coastal area and significant urban economic activities develop in the coastal area. There are 13 rivers which disembogue from Jakarta Bay and 40% of the...
More than half of Jakarta residents live in the coastal area and significant urban economic activities develop in the coastal area. There are 13 rivers which disembogue from Jakarta Bay and 40% of the coastal lowland area lies below tidal surface. Floods in coastal area are exacerbated by the land subsidence due to excessive extraction of ground water. As an effort to protect the capital city from floods, National Capital Integrated Coastal Development (NCICD) includes the construction of a giant seawall in the north of Jakarta Bay. Large lagoons will be built within the walls to accommodate the water flow from 13 rivers in Jakarta (water reservoirs).

Three phases of this mega project are as follows:

Phase A: Phase A focuses on improving the existing coastal protection. This includes the reinforcement and development of the existing coastal dams of 30 kilometers in length and the development of 17 artificial islands on the Jakarta Bay. The first phase was launched in the beginning of September 2014. The construction is planned to begin in early 2016.

Phase B: Phase B focuses on efforts to develop the west outer giant seawall planned to be constructed during 2018 through 2022.

Phase C: Phase C focuses on constructing east outer giant seawall planned for after 2023. Several long-term developments in the east of the Jakarta Bay are conducted by closing part of the bay in order to anticipate if land subsidence in the east part of Jakarta cannot be avoided. To reduce the impact due to the closure during construction, a part of the eastern giant seawall will be allocated for Tangerang-Bekasi toll road.
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On World Earth Day (22 April 2018) Water as Leverage launched its first call for professional teams to engage in Chennai, Khulna and Semarang. The call consists of the following documents: The Cal...
On World Earth Day (22 April 2018) Water as Leverage launched its first call for professional teams to engage in Chennai, Khulna and Semarang.
The call consists of the following documents:

The Call for Action is the start of a one-year inclusive and comprehensive competitive process to identify the most ground-breaking proposals and develop these into resilience projects. The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will help identify projects, support their development and facilitate their implementation.
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National Development Planning Agency (Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional- BAPPENAS) is responsible for overall development coordination, which includes the management of financial/technical assist...
National Development Planning Agency (Badan Perencanaan Pembangunan Nasional- BAPPENAS) is responsible for overall development coordination, which includes the management of financial/technical assistance from Development Partners.
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The role of Flood CoP is to provide foundational awareness, skills and expertise to Queensland’s professionals and organisations who are involved in integrated flood risk management. This platform pro...
The role of Flood CoP is to provide foundational awareness, skills and expertise to Queensland’s professionals and organisations who are involved in integrated flood risk management. This platform provides an opportunity for flood risk management initiatives in Queensland to be planned, developed and implemented based on an understanding of effective approaches used in Australia and other parts of the world, with a special link with the Netherlands, and adapted to meet specific Queensland urban and regional needs.
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Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP or ESCAP), located in the United Nations Building in Rajadamnern Nok Avenue in Bangkok, Thailand, is one of the five regional commissio...
Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP or ESCAP), located in the United Nations Building in Rajadamnern Nok Avenue in Bangkok, Thailand, is one of the five regional commissions of the United Nations Economic and Social Council, under the administrative direction of the United Nations headquarters.

ESCAP works to overcome some of the region's greatest challenges by providing results oriented projects, technical assistance and capacity building to member States in the following areas:

- Macroeconomic Policy and Development (including the publishing of Asia-Pacific Development Journal (APDJ) twice a year)
- Trade and Investment
- Transport
- Social Development
- Environment and Sustainable Development
- Information and Communications Technology and Disaster Risk Reduction
- Statistics
- Sub-regional activities for development
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Maritime Security Agency (Indonesian: Badan Keamanan Laut Republik Indonesia – BAKAMLA) is a maritime patrol and rescue on the Republic of Indonesia territorial water. BAKAMLA is a non-ministerial gov...
Maritime Security Agency (Indonesian: Badan Keamanan Laut Republik Indonesia – BAKAMLA) is a maritime patrol and rescue on the Republic of Indonesia territorial water. BAKAMLA is a non-ministerial government institution which reports directly to the President through Coordinating Ministry for Political, Legal, and Security Affairs. BAKAMLA's duty is to conduct security and safety patrols in the territorial waters of Indonesia and the jurisdiction of Indonesia
The EU and Indonesia have entered into a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). The PCA covers areas such as trade, environment, energy, education, science and technology, migration and counter-...
The EU and Indonesia have entered into a Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA). The PCA covers areas such as trade, environment, energy, education, science and technology, migration and counter-terrorism. Thriving trade links, democracy and human rights, action on climate change and terrorism at home and abroad and expanding people-to-people links are all key areas of focus. Both the EU and Indonesia have historically been committed to peace and stability in the country, one notable feature being the EU's support for the Aceh peace process.
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is a German federal enterprise that supports the German government in international cooperation for sustainable development via t...
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is a German federal enterprise that supports the German government in international cooperation for sustainable development via technical advice and capacity development. The GIZ operates in more than 130 countries and employs approximately 17,000 staff members worldwide.

On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), GIZ has been working in Indonesia since 1975 and opened its office in Jakarta the same year. Other parties that commission GIZ to carry out projects with Indonesia include the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB), the German Federal Foreign Office (AA) and the European Union (EU). GIZ employs around 350 staff in Indonesia, including 50 seconded and 260 national personnel, 22 development workers and 13 CIM experts.
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Badan Ekonomi Kreatif (BEKRAF) or Creative Economic Agency is the government agency non-ministry responsible in the field of creative economy. BEKRAF has the task to assist the President in formulatin...
Badan Ekonomi Kreatif (BEKRAF) or Creative Economic Agency is the government agency non-ministry responsible in the field of creative economy. BEKRAF has the task to assist the President in formulating, establishing, coordinating and synchronizing policy of the creative economy in the field of application and game developers, architecture, interior design, visual communication design, product design, fashion, film animation and video, photography, crafts, culinary, music, publishing, advertising, performing arts, visual arts, and television and radio.
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National Board for Disaster Countermeasure (Indonesian: Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana; officially National Disaster Management Authority), abbreviated as BNPB, is the Indonesian board for natu...
National Board for Disaster Countermeasure (Indonesian: Badan Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana; officially National Disaster Management Authority), abbreviated as BNPB, is the Indonesian board for natural disaster affairs. It was established in 2008 to replace the National Disaster Management Coordinating Board (Badan Koordinasi Nasional Penanggulangan Bencana or Bakornas PB). BNPB is directly responsible to the President of Indonesia and the chairman is directly appointed by the President
IFC fosters sustainable economic growth in Indonesia by financing private sector investment, mobilizing capital, and advising businesses and the government on projects that generate returns for invest...
IFC fosters sustainable economic growth in Indonesia by financing private sector investment, mobilizing capital, and advising businesses and the government on projects that generate returns for investors and provide lasting benefits to the economy and communities.

IFC helps to improve Indonesia’s investment climate and attract private sector investors to a wide range of industries such as infrastructure, manufacturing, commodities-based supply chains, and financial services.
Since 1990, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) has supported Indonesia’s innovation and capacity building in urban policy reforms in the areas of human settlements, such as (among...
Since 1990, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) has supported Indonesia’s innovation and capacity building in urban policy reforms in the areas of human settlements, such as (among others):

- Pilot projects on City Development Strategy (CDS) in Solo, Pekalongan and Banjarmasin, with Cities Alliance and World Bank
- Training for Improved Municipality Solid Waste Management in 13 districts/cities in Aceh and Nias with Multi Donor Fund and UNDP
- Earthquake disaster response in West Sumatra
- Support to post-tsunami reconstruction in Aceh and Nias (ANSSP)
- Capacity Building to Sustain Peace and Integration in West Timor (AUP-CBSPI) with EU
- Support to the national Breakthrough Urban Initiatives for Local Development (BUILD) in 9 cities
- Integrated Urban Infrastructure Development Program (IUIDP) in 12 cities
- Partnership for Local Economic Development (PLED/KPEL) supports in 51 districts
- National Shelter Strategy in Central Java Province

National and local officials have been partnering with UN-Habitat, experiment and implement novel approaches on building their new urban policies and works with local communities and civil society organizations for a better service delivery and good practices.
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PT. Lautan Organo Water was established in 2006 as an engineering company with name PT. Hydro Hitech Optima (well known as H2O) at the beginning. Under PT. Lautan Luas Tbk as the sole principal at ...
PT. Lautan Organo Water was established in 2006 as an engineering company with name PT. Hydro Hitech Optima (well known as H2O) at the beginning.

Under PT. Lautan Luas Tbk as the sole principal at that time, H2O spread the business wings in water treatment with specialization on engineering, procurement and fabrication to build up a water treatment system with modernized technology to treat all various water types for portable, process and recycle purposes.

Considering more potential challenges could happen in future, PT. Lautan Luas Tbk decided to merit H2O with Organo Corporation from Japan in year 2013. Organo Corporation itself has been well known as one of the most advanced water treatment provider for all kind of industries in Japan. As the sign of this joint venture, H2O changed its name to PT. Lautan Organo Water.

Supported with proven engineering experiences and wide business network from our principals, PT Lautan Organo Water have a high confident to become the credible water solution provider company with professional services.

Our businesses focus on:
- Water and wastewater treatment system, including automatic self cleaning filter, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, chemical treatment, etc.
- Customized water optimization to help increasing our customers’ savings from existing processes, including recycling system.
- Turn key or leasing of water treatment plant or single equipment.
- One stop shopping services for all water problems.
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Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) is the Australian Government agency responsible for managing Australia's overseas aid program. AusAID is an Executive Agency within the Foreign...
Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID) is the Australian Government agency responsible for managing Australia's overseas aid program. AusAID is an Executive Agency within the Foreign Affairs and Trade portfolio and reports to the Minister of Foreign Affairs. The fundamental purpose of Australian aid is to contribute to sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction. This also serves Australia’s national interests by promoting stability and prosperity both in their region and beyond. AusAid focuses its efforts in areas where Australia can make a difference and where their resources can most effectively and efficiently be deployed.
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