Cleaning up Indonesia's Citarum River, one of the world's most polluted
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Cleaning up Indonesia's Citarum River, one of the world's most polluted(Updated: )
It has been called the world’s most polluted river by the World Bank, yet about 28 million people in Indonesia rely on Citarum River in West Java for water. Indonesian President Joko Widodo had set an ambitious target to clean up the river, and it is a massive undertaking getting industries and factories on board.