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Brantas River Basin : A monitoring system has been established where stakeholder reporting, water quality monitoring and routine inspection are carried out

The Brantas basin in East Java supplies water to about 16 million users, but suffers from poor water quality due to rapid population growth and industrialization.

 

To tackle growing pollution, Jasa Tirta I Public Corporation (PJT I), the basin’s autonomous management corporation, has developed a monitoring system with three components: stakeholder reporting, water quality sampling, and routine inspection.

 

This is an excerpt of a case study from WaterWealth, a publication on basin management across Asia and the Pacific. WaterWealth is available for download on the

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