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The Citarum Harum Sector 4 Task Force reminded about the cleanliness of the river flow after checking the Wastewater Management Installation (WWTP) for a textile factory in Majalaya District, Bandung Regency. Dansector 4 of the Harum Citarum Task Force Colonel Inf Mulyono really hopes that all elements, especially the industrial community, will continue to protect Citarum. That's why his party conducted an WWTP inspection for a number of textile factories.

"This is important to do to ensure that the industry includes those who support the Citarum Harum program. We are making efforts with a firm and humanist approach," said Mulyono.

Mulyono believes that what is currently being carried out by his staff is one of the steps to invite. At the same time the socialization of the Citarum Harum program can be accepted and can be implemented as well as possible.

"We, from the Task Force, will of course monitor and see directly the textile factory WWTP. If there is something that is not good, we ask for it to be fixed and thank God, on average now it is much better than before," he said.

"Hopefully the Citarum River, which is included in sector 4 (Majalaya area of Bandung Regency), can be cleaned of garbage and waste. And the industry must also grow so that the economy can run well," said Mulyono.