An environmental permit is vital for businesses impacting the environment. To get this permit in Indonesia, a waste and pollutant control plan involving trained officers is crucial.
This plan is documented in the Environment Management Plan-Environment Monitoring Plan (RKL-RPL), a significant part of AMDAL preparation per PP No. 22 of 2021. RKL manages environmental impacts from business activities, while RPL monitors ecological components affected by the business.
For comprehensive business consultation, InCorp Indonesia helps create your RKL-RPL Document. Here are the steps for preparing Indonesia’s environmental permit documents.