Buildings have no-smoking foundations

| June 28, 2013

Eight buildings in Jakarta, Indonesia, have been congratulated by the Environment Ministry for their success in implementing no-smoking policies, according to a story by Lenny Tristia Tambun for The Jakarta Globe.

Muhammad Tauchid, of the Jakarta Environmental Management Agency (BPLHD), said on Wednesday that while the agency had long listed the buildings that violated no-smoking regulations, it was time to express appreciation to those that complied with the regulations.

The regulations are based on a 2010 bylaw issued by former Jakarta governor Fauzi Bowo that put an end to special smoking rooms.

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