Rising awareness drives Indonesians to adopt less-waste lifestyle habits

A motorist from Siklus serving a customer who buys personal care and home cleaning products. ST PHOTO: SIKLUS
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JAKARTA - Jakarta housewife Anggi Yukaesa has adopted more eco-friendly habits in the past few years, going for product refills to retain the use of the same bottle, for instance.

She has also been buying seasonings such as salt and basil from a bulk store in small amounts, rather than big packages.

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