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Toto Indonesia is one of the most attractive countries in the world.
The country boasts some of the best beaches in the region.
And if you want to spend a few hours on the water, you can do so in the capital Jakarta.
However, it’s not all sunshine and sunshine on the beautiful island.
In fact, a lot of the country is extremely polluted.
A new report published by the Institute of Environment and Development of Indonesia (IEDJ) has ranked Toto in a category of “extreme pollution”.
The IEDJ is an independent research organisation that provides research on environmental issues in Indonesia.
Toto is located just off the island of Bali, and is home to more than 6 million people.
The island is home for the largest population of Papua New Guineans in the whole of Asia.
The city of Surabaya is also one of Indonesia’s most polluted areas, with pollution levels ranking among the top ten most polluted cities in the country.
In 2015, Surabayan’s pollution levels surpassed those of Jakarta.
This was a result of the Indonesian government’s decision to close down the country’s only nuclear power plant in 2019.
This led to an increase in the number of people living on the island, which has been in operation since 1978.
As a result, pollution levels have increased by almost half since 2009.
According to the latest statistics from the National Institute of Statistics and Geography (NISA), Toto has an overall pollution level of 7.5%.
The worst-affected areas of the island are in the northern part of the province of Aceh.
In 2017, the National Disaster Risk Reduction Authority (NDRRA) in the city of Toto reported that there were 556 cases of acute lung disease and 735 cases of chronic lung disease.
The NDRRA is responsible for setting up and running emergency services in the island.
They also have a responsibility to provide health and social services.
Toto’s health services are also a big concern for people living nearby.
According to the Surabayans health agency, about a third of the residents of the city suffer from respiratory problems.
The NDRra has also recorded a lot more cases of people suffering from chronic lung diseases than the government reported.
There are about 300,000 people living in Surabai, according to the government.
They are mainly from ethnic minorities, the elderly and children.
At the time of writing, there are no official figures on the number who have died due to pollution.
Papua New Guinea is the only country in the Pacific Ocean where the air quality is at its worst.
The highest concentrations of nitrogen oxides and particulate matter are found in the southern islands.
The pollution level in Toto is just above the WHO standard of 0.3 micrograms per cubic meter.
Indonesia is the largest producer of coal in the global economy.
Coal accounts for a whopping 23 percent of Indonesia and more than a quarter of its total energy consumption.
Tots is one the countrys main industries and is responsible with around 15 percent of the world’s coal.
In the early 2000s, a number of mines were closed down and there were several environmental protests.
In 2009, the government banned coal exports to other countries.
It’s estimated that there are around 10 million people living around Toto.
It’s a popular holiday destination for the locals.
I have to admit, I have been to Toto many times.
But for some reason I was never really happy about the beach.
My wife and I spent a lot time on the beach, but I can’t say that I loved it.
It was really bad, the beach was very slippery, it was very dirty.
I couldn’t swim because it was so bad, it made my stomach feel like a fish.
It also made my throat hurt and I was a bit sore, but not as bad as my stomach pain.
In all honesty, the beaches were not that great, it just wasn’t my favorite.
But what I loved most was the island itself.
There were a lot that you would want to visit, but the beaches are the ones that I always had the best time at.
When I was growing up, I loved going to the beach in Totoland.
It had a really beautiful beach.
We would go and sit on the sand, swim and swim.
It wasn’t a big beach, it had just a few sandy beaches that were just really beautiful.
It really was like paradise for me.
It didn’t feel like an island, it felt like a beach.
And it’s one of my favorite places to visit in Indonesia because it’s so clean.