Jakarta Provincial Government will start the second phase of Pluit Reservoir dredging during the next month.
Current Pluit Reservoir depth is about two meters, and will be increased to a depth of seven meters, reported Berita Jakarta.
“The second phase of Pluit Reservoir dredging will be started in upcoming mid-December, and is predicted to finish in six months,” coordinator of Jakarta Reservoirs and Rivers Normalization, Heriyanto, said.
This dredging project will be undertaken by using 20 backhoes and 2 dredgers to spurt and suck up the mud, and it is expected that 500-1,000 cubic of mud to be dredged per day from the reservoir.
The Pluit Reservoir dredging project is expected to reduce the impact of flooding in the capital city.
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