Indonesia

 

Study for Jakarta Sewerage Development Project

Project Features
DKI Jakarta, the capital province of the country, has faced serious deterioration of its water resources due to rapid population growth and urbanization. The main objective of this study is to conduct a feasibility study for the construction, operation and management of the proposed sewerage works with a total design flow of 282,000 m3/day.

Scope of Services
NJS was responsible for planning and the preparation of the feasibility study of the proposed sewerage system, which includes the sewer network, wastewater treatment plant, sludge treatment plant and pumping stations. The main services provided included: a) study of planning framework and design conditions, b) preparation of the technical, financial, economic, social and institutional feasibility, c) project phasing, and d) preparation of design documents.

Client
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

Funding Institution
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

Study on Comprehensive Water Resources Development and Management in Bali Province

Project Features
Comprehensive study for water resources development and management to address shortage of water supply capacity, flood inundation, and water quality deterioration of urban rivers in Bali provinces.

Scope of Services
Preparation of master plan and feasibility study of the whole Bali islands. Study involved: discussion on the scope of works with the Indonesian authorities; review/analysis of the current conditions of river/water facilities; preparation of terms of references of the project study, and related works including preparation of the preliminary study report of the proposed project.

Client
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

Environmental and Social Consideration Study of Regional Solid Waste Development for Mamminasata, South Sulawesi Project

Project Features
Formulation of social and environmental policy and guidelines for the regional solid waste development in Mamminasata, South Sulawesi.

Scope of Services
Review of the EIA report and relevant project documents; confirmation of findings and recommendations of previous studies undertaken as inputs to the appraisal mission; conduct discussions with concerned government officials on the proposed environmental management and monitoring systems.

Client/Funding Institution
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)

IKKS Water Supply Project

Project Features
Implementation of efficient and effective way for IKK water supply. As project sites, 100 IKKs were selected from Sumatra, Java, Bali and Sulawesi islands considering development priority and cost-effectiveness. Population in these 100 IKKs is about one million. The total project cost is estimated to be Rp 30 billion ($18 million).

Scope of Services
Conducted site investigation and technical studies and for the preparation of a master plan for the efficient and effective implementation of the project.

Client
Directorate of Human Settlement

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