AlAfghani, MM and Paramita D, Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs) Phasing-Out Regulation in Indonesia, Final Report. All rights reserved.
B3 waste hoarding may not be generally applicable to PCB. However, GR No. 101/2014 states that in the case that the B3 waste is processed through the stabilitation and solidification methods the result of the processedshould be hoarded181. Thus, if PCBs if it is treatedthrough stabilization and solidification methods, the result of the processed should be hoarded and comply with regulation.
Under GR 101, B3 waste hoarding shall be done by anyone who produce it. In the event that the person cannot hoard the waste, he/she has to transfer it to the B3 waste hoarding182.
The hoarding can be done in the B3 waste hoarding facility such as: a) final hoarding class I, class II and class III, b) injection wells,c) reinstatement in the minedarea (penempatan kembali di area bekas tambang),d) tailing dam and/or B3 waste hoarding facility in accordance with the development of science and technology.183. In the event that B3 waste is horded in the final hoarding, the location has to meet several conditions such as: free from flood, meet the land permeability standards, geologicaly safe and stable,outside of the conservation area,and is not located in the water catchment areas (daerah resapan air) for drinking184. In addition, the facility has to: meet the designcriteria, be equippedwith coating system,have monitoring wells, have final overburden (lapisan penutupakhir) and other equipment185. Test on the total contaminant concentrations must be conducted prior to applying for B3 waste management permit for B3 waste hoarding.186 The permit lasts for 10 years and can be extended. 187.
181 GR 101/2014Article 143(3)
182 GR 101/2014Article 145 (1),(2), Article 162 (1)
183 GR 101/2014Article 146(2), (3), Article 163(2)
184 GR 101/2014Article 148(1)
185 GR 101/2014Article 149(1)
186 Article 147 (1)
187 Article 153(1)