Despite recent criticism about land and water pollution, Bali has the best environment of all of the Indonesian provinces, a government study shows.
The report on Indonesia’s environmental quality index in 2010 conducted by the Environment Ministry showed that Bali had a score of 99.65, the highest of all the 33 provinces.
The score takes into account the level of total suspended solids (TSS), dissolved oxygen (DO) and chemical oxygen demand (COD) — common parameters to measure water quality.
The province ranked third in the ministry’s previous review.
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