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Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management)
ISSN : 25980017     EISSN : 25980025     DOI : 10.36813
Core Subject : Science, Social,
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (JPLB) adalah jurnal yang bersifat open-access dan ditelaah secara peer-reviewed oleh mitra bestari. Naskah/artikel yang dipublikasikan JPLB adalah hasil penelitian asli di bidang pengelolaan lingkungan secara berkelanjutan dalam arti luas, mencakup fisik, kimia, biologi, sosial ekonomi, sosial budaya, kesehatan masyarakat, kesehatan lingkungan, dan hukum.
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Blooming fitoplankton di perairan Kepulauan Seribu Mursalin Mursalin; Reza Zulmi; Marfian Dwidima Putra; Luluk Dwi Wulan Handayani; Irza Arnita Nur
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.5.1.652-667

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The phenomenon of phytoplankton blooms often occurs in the waters of the Thousand Islands (Jakarta Bay). On October 15, 2020, the blooming occurred again. Therefore, this study was conducted to determine the types of phytoplankton that were blooming in Jakarta Bay. Real time sampling of the blooming phytoplankton was carried out. Furthermore, the samples were directly analysed at the Laboratory of Productivity and Aquatic Environment, IPB University. The parameters analysed were the composition of phytoplankton species and water quality. Phytoplankton underwent blooming was Trichodesmium. Blooming frequently occurred in the waters of the Thousand Islands. This is closely related to seasonal changes and increased nutrient content in the waters, especially nitrate and orthophosphate, which support the rapid growth of phytoplankton (blooming).
Uji toksisitas akut limbah pengeboran minyak (serbuk bor) terhadap Artemia salina Endang Sriwahyuni; Majariana Krisanti
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.5.1.631-639

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This study aimed to determine acute toxicity of cutting as drilling waste of oil and gas exploration on brine shrimp (Artemia salina) and its influence on the morphology of the test biota. The concentration used in the acute toxicity test namely 22,000, 39,000, 70,000, 126,000 and 226,000 ppm. Acute concentration value (LC50) was estimated by probit methods. The concentration of acute toxicity (LC50) 96 hours of drilling cutting was 34,260 ppm. The test biota responded to exposure of cutting waste, in the form of changes in swimming position, activity, stress level and damage in the morphology and anatomy of the body.
Model konseptual IMTA dan RIMTA pada budidaya lobster di karamba jaring apung (KJA) Rokhmad Mohamad Rofiq; Muhammad Rifqi
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.5.1.640-651

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In order to optimize the economic value of tropical lobster resources in Indonesian waters, it is important to immediately develop lobster culture, both of domestic farmers and businesses. Based on existing adoption of tropical lobster culture technology, the business segment on tropical lobster culture can be divided into two types, those are rearing stages should be implemented at the technical implementation unit (UPT) facilities of the Directorate General of Aquaculture Fisheries, while the next stages is the grow up of lobsters in the floating net cages can involve the local coastal community or farmers and businesses. Integrated Multi Tropic Aquaculture (IMTA) implementation on lobster cultivation both on unit and regional scale can realize the principle of sustainability, optimize resource utilization, increase the acceptance of farmers and community involvement, provide environmental services of extractive commodities and at the same time as the contribution of aquaculture fisheries in the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. Some extractive commodities that are potentially cultured with lobster are seaweed, shellfish, sea cucumbers and some types of low-level tropical fish. It takes research related to effective feed for seed and grow up and its management, optimal environmental parameters, cultivation methods, types of pests and diseases of lobsters and their treatment.
Pemeliharaan ramah lingkungan Hotel Mandalawangi Tasikmalaya berbasis ASEAN green hotel standard Nurlaila Fadjarwati; Nonon Rofi Nurzakiah
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.5.1.619-630

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Climate change is a challenge for business operations like hotel business. To deal with climate change, businesses are looking for solutions that can give a sustainability with the green hotel concept. Green hotels have environmentally friendly operations and maintenance. One of the hotels that applies the green hotel concept is the Mandalawangi Hotel located in the Tasikmalaya City. The purposes of this study was to determine the maintenance at the Mandalawangi Hotel with the technique of data collection methods by interview and observation, then comparing with the ASEAN green hotel standard criteria for certification. The results showed that the Mandalawangi Hotel has implemented 59.25% of the total criteria for ASEAN green hotel requirements. Mandalawangi Hotel requires to reduce the use of chemicals, optimize the existing operations and maintenance also carry out training programs for hotel’s human resources.
Resiliensi dan adaptasi petani garam akibat perubahan iklim di Desa Donggobolo, Kecamatan Woha, Kabupaten Bima Davit Aldi; Nurhayati Nurhayati; Eka Intan Kumala Putri
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.5.1.604-618

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Climate change possesses an impact on salt production and salt farmer households. The research was conducted in Donggobolo Village, Woha Sub-district, Bima in August-September 2020 by assessing the use of capital, resilience action and adaptation as a response of climate change. The results showed that physical capital is the main capital used by the public in the public and private sectors. The existence of facilities and village locations that can be accessed easily, make physical facilities easy to use in fulfilling a living. Self-organization action is an act of resilience with the highest value. Various adaptations are also carried out in accordance with the climatic phenomena faced, such as regulating the number of workers in salt ponds, stopping production, seeking alternative livelihoods and adapting technology. The number of salt farmers decreases during the long dry season with the possibility of stopping production due to the long dry season, which is not followed by the previous long rainy season causing the abundance of salt stocks and lower prices. Alternative income becomes a priority if the income during the salt season is not sufficient. The use of technology is still limited because most of them depend on the government.
Kerentanan DAS Kali Bekasi ditinjau dari aspek sosial-ekonomi-kelembagaan Kunandar Prasetyo; Gatot Prayoga; Andrian Rizaldy Azhar; Tri Permadi; Dewanti Pratiwi
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 4, No 3 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.4.3.576-591

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Watershed sustainability is influenced by socio-economic conditions, behavior patterns and management levels closely related to institutional arrangements. Problems in watershed management can be minimized by knowing the social, economic and institutional conditions in the area. This study aimed to identify the level of social, economic and institutional vulnerability of the community, which can be considered in Bekasi River watershed management. Vulnerability analysis was carried out on three criteria: (1) Social criteria, including population pressure, culture and traditional values. (2) Economic criteria, namely dependence on land seen from the dominant economic sector, and (3) Institutional criteria, namely the empowerment of formal and informal institutions in conservation activities. The results showed that the Bekasi River watershed vulnerability level in social criteria (population density and traditional values parameters) was very high, while conservation behavior was not vulnerable. In the economic aspect, most sub-districts in the Bekasi River watershed had a moderate vulnerability level, as they were dominated by the service sector as the primary economic sector. The institutional aspect was not vulnerable because formal and informal institutions play an active role in the watershed conservation activities, such as bamboo tourism development and climate village program.
Life cycle assessment (LCA) kegiatan bank sampah di pedesaan (Bank Sampah Asoka Berseri, Desa Sokosari, Tuban) Titi Tiara Anasstasia; Muhammad Mufti Azis
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 4, No 3 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.4.3.537-551

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Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is a method that can be used to evaluate the waste management system based on the potential impact produced. The Asoka Berseri Waste Bank in Tuban Regency is an example of a waste processing unit that aims to reduce the possible effects of waste generation both in quality and quantity in rural areas. This study aimed to calculate and evaluate the potential environmental impacts from the waste bank, then compared it with conventional waste management carried out by the community. The method used was based on CML Baseline v4.4 and ISO 14000 standards, including goal and scope, life cycle inventory (LCI), life cycle impact assessment (LCIA) and interpretation. The LCA simulation was carried out with the OpenLCA software to calculate the value of the potential impact of each kilogram of waste produced. Based on the simulation results, every 1 kg of waste managed by the waste bank produced a lower potential global warming impact (6.395 kg CO2 eq.) than open dumping (13.057 kg CO2 eq.) and open burning (10.850 kg CO2 eq.). Further processing of solid waste into RDF and compost at the Waste Bank present a lower potential environmental impact and increase community income.
Pengelolaan limbah elektronika di DKI Jakarta menggunakan pendekatan Soft System Methodology Dino Rimantho
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 4, No 3 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.4.3.552-564

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In the last few decades, the growth of electrical and electronic products has significantly increased, marked by an increase in demand and sales of its products globally. It affects the product's service life to be shorter, which ends up becoming waste faster. Some factors causing the complexity of electronic waste management problems are the roles and functions of stakeholders (government, informal sector, manufacturing industry and sanitation office). This article analyzed the electronic waste management problems and alternative solution through the waste management model using the Soft System Methodology (SSM) approach. Data and information were obtained through literature studies and in-depth discussions with several experts. The study results show that applying the SSM method produces a conceptual model illustrating the activities between sub-elements to improve electronic waste management. The SSM model was built to improve waste management and reduce its negative impacts. The role relevance and synergy of actors such as the central government, local governments, and business actors (waste businesses, including scavengers) determine the objectives' success. As a major stakeholder, Ministry of Environment and Forestry plays a role in designing policies and programs, supported by Ministry of Industry, DKI Jakarta Sanitation Service and other related agencies.
Pengelolaan ekosistem mangrove di muara Sungai Musi sebagai upaya mitigasi emisi karbon Harum Farahisah; Fredinan Yulianda; Hefni Effendi
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 4, No 3 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.4.3.565-575

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One of the efforts to support the development of coastal areas, is through mangrove management. Besides having a role in the economic development of coastal communities, mangrove also has role as mitigation of carbon emissions. This study aimed to provide an overview of the perceptions and participation of the community and order of stakeholders in the mangrove management at the mouth of Musi River. The research was conducted at Musi River estuary, Banyuasin Regency, South Sumatra Province. Meanwhile, the data of stakeholders perception were derived through respondents' interviews. The results showed that more than 90% of the community knew mangrove existence and function and agreed to participate in various mangrove management policies. An effort is needed so that all stakeholders become key players in mangrove management as carbon reserves at the mouth of the Musi River. Management recommendations for carbon reserves enhancement include empowerment and improvement of community knowledge, forest rehabilitation and land, development of agroforestry cultivation techniques, development of non-timber forests, also soil and water conservation.
Studi kasus evaluasi penaatan aspek pengolahan limbah cair industri farmasi Sasanti Meirdana; Suyud Warno Utomo
Jurnal Pengelolaan Lingkungan Berkelanjutan (Journal of Environmental Sustainability Management) JPLB, Vol 4, No 3 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.36813/jplb.4.3.592-603

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Pharmaceutical industry is one of the industries experiencing growth in Indonesia. One of the pharmaceutical companies in Indonesia is PT X. In its production activities, company produces four groups of waste, namely liquid, domestic, hazardous (B3) and gas waste. The aim of this research was to evaluate the effectivity of liquid waste management system and the compliance of liquid waste management towards regulatory provisions in Indonesia. The research method applied descriptive qualitative approach. Data collection including documentation, observation and unstructured interviews. Treatment of domestic, production and supporting activities waste using anaerobic-aerobic method with the proportion of 70:30. Waste treatment activities results revealed that the trend of parameters always met the existing quality standards for the last 3 years, except COD.