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Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan (JTL) is a journal aims to be a peer-reviewed platform and an authoritative source of information. JTL is published twice annually and provide scientific publication for researchers, engineers, practitioners, academicians, and observers in the field related to science and environmental technology. We publish original research papers, review articles and case studies focused on Environmental Sciences, Environmental Technology as well as other related topics to Environment including sanitation, environmental biology, waste water treatment, solid waste treatment, environmental design and management, environmental impact assessment, environmental pollution control and environmental conservation.
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SERAPAN SIANIDA (CN) PADA Mikania cordata (Burm.f) B.L. Robinson, Centrosema pubescens Bth DAN Leersia hexandra Swartz YANG DITANAM PADA MEDIA LIMBAH TAILING TERKONTAMINASI CN Syarif, Fauzia
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 1 (2009)
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Some plant species growing in the contaminated areas, indicated high toleranceand potentially affective in accumulating pollutants in their roots and above groundportions. These plants can be utilized as hyperaccumulators for cleaning up thecontaminated sites. Study on heavy metal and CN contamination and potentialplant species for accumulator is urgently needed in order to understand the problemsand to obtain suitable technology for the solution. This research aims to examineCN accumulator plants growing in CN contaminated tailing to find a possible solutionof cleaning up by using green technology of phytoremediation. Phytoremediation isdefined as clean up of pollutants primarily mediated by photosynthetic plants. Thisstudy aims to characterized plants that grow under extreme contaminated media ofgold mined tailing and to analyse their potencies as hyperaccumulators. Mikaniacordata (Burm.f) B.L.Robinson,Centrosema pubescens Bth and Leersia hexandraSwartz which proven tolerant and dominant in the contaminated site were examinedin this research. The plants were grown in tailing waste media added by 0 ppm CN,2.5 ppm CN, 5 ppm CN dan 7.5 ppm CN using complete randomized design with 5replicates. The results showed that the plants were capable of growing under thehighest level of CN. Among three species, Mikania cordata showed the highestbiomass production followed by Centrosema pubescens and Leersia hexandra. TotalCN accumulation varied between species, the highest was reached in 2.5 ppm CNtreatment i.e. 22.48 mg/kg in Leersia hexandra, followed by Centrosema pubescens(18.92 mg/kg) and Mikania cordata (12.03 mg/kg). The highest CN content was0.085 mg in Mikania cordata treated with 7.5 ppm CN. High ratio of shoot to root CN(>1) was expected in hyperaccumulator plants to indicate that CN was more distributedin the above ground portions than in the roots. In this study the highest shoo to rootCN ratio was showed in Mikania cordata i.e.11.75
KARAKTERISTIK DAN PERTUMBUHAN KONSORSIUM MIKROBA LOKAL DALAM MEDIA MENGANDUNG MINYAK BUMI Komarawidjaja, Wage
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 1 (2009)
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Laboratory microcosm observation were conducted to study the effect of mediaculture containing oil spill in microbial growth ability . Laboratory microcosms wasinoculated with oil microbial consortia isolated from oil spill sample in Cepu oil field.Based on the colony characteristic differentiation, 5 microbial types identified fromthe sample. At the end of enrichment period and acclimatization on the BH mediacontaining 5% Cepu crude oil, all isolates as microbial consortia put into growthexperiment media.The experiment proved that microbes could be able utilizing oil as carbon sourcefor their cell multiplication. The results showed the more the turbidity concentrationincrease, the more the microbial population rise. These studies indicates thatreducing oil spill utilizing in situ bioremediation technologies can be realized
APLIKASI SIG UNTUK PENETAPAN KESESUAIAN WILAYAH PENERAPAN MEKANISASI PERTANIAN TANAMAN PANGAN Mubekti, Mubekti
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 1 (2009)
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The study is the preliminary research aiming to apply the usefulness of the GISsystem for classifying suitability of region to the agricultural mechanization. Simplebasic theory of GIS and classification of agricultural mechanization were presented.Nine physical and non-physical parameters as limiting factors were defined and aweight of each parameter was calculated in order to know how far its effect to theagricultural mechanization practice. Data coming from several types, ie: numeric,vector and remote sensing (raster) were prepared to support the process. Twoordoes consisting of five classes were employed to extract suitability classificationof each District in Jawa Barat dan Banten Province. The results show that tendistricts are classified into suitable for applying agricultural mechanization, and therest ten districts are classified into not suitable. Depending on the dynamic characterof limiting factor, suitability class would possibly change along the time. Saveralconclusions and advices for improving research are given.
PENELITIAN AIR TANAH DI WADUK PUNTUK SURUH KECAMATAN PENGADEGAN KABUPATEN PURBALINGGA – JAWA TENGAH Garinas, Wahyu
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 1 (2009)
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Based on groundwater indication map, the area of Pengadegan district, PurbalinggaRegency, has low groundwater resources potential for both deep and shallowgroundwater.Investigation using resistivity showed that the potential water layers were found inthe eastern part of the Dam at B and C layers. The groundwater is shallow and thethickness of the aquifer is about 20 meter and extent horizontally up to 30 meter.Layer A and B in the western part of the Dam are possibly act as a water trap asthey lies above a compact layer E.To know the potential groundwater area it is suggested that further research andsurvey be done in the eastern part of the Dam.
PENGHITUNGAN EMISI GAS RUMAH KACA (GRK) DARI SEKTOR SAMPAH PERKOTAAN DI INDONESIA Purwanta, Wahyu
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 10 No. 1 (2009)
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Indonesia produced 48.8 Mt/year of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) with populationnumber of 218.8 million and rate of waste generation 0.61 kg/cap/day. Most ofMSW (40%) are transported to the Solid Waste Disposal Site (TPA) in urban area.The landfill site which is unmanaged will become a source of the GHGs emission,mainly the methane emission. Based on the Indonesian population, using FODIPCC Tier-2 method, CH4 generated from MSW sector (landfill only) in 2006 is109.96 Gg CH4 and will be increased up to 259 Gg in 2010, 504 Gg in 2015 and1,065 Gg in 2025. The increase number of this CH4 emission is caused by theincrease of population number that will increase the waste production and alsoincrease the volume waste that is collected in the disposal area. The future scenarioby referring to the national strategic plan which is developed by the Public WorkDepartment is that the waste should be reduced from the source, so the totalvolume will be reduced by 20% in 2010. In 2015, refers to the MDGs target, 80% ofthe MSW in urban area and 50% of the MSW in rural area should be transported tothe final disposal site. As stated in Solid Waste Management Act No 18/2008 andin accordance with the raw water protection, improvement of landfill quality fromopen dumping to sanitary landfill or controlled landfill and development of regionallandfill are the priority programs with national financial support as an initial investment.
MIKROALGAE SEBAGAI SUMBER ENERGI TERBARUKAN YANG RAMAH LINGKUNGAN Amin, Sarmidi
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Microalgae as biomass are a potential source of renewable energy and they can beconverted into energy such as biofuel oil and gas. This paper presents a briefreview on the main conversion process of microalgae becoming energy. Sincemicroalgae have high water content, then not all biomass energy conversion processescan be applied. By using thermochemical process it can be produced oil and gas,and by using biochemical process it can be produced ethanol and biodiesel. Theproperties of microalgae product is almost similar to offish and vegetables oil andtherefore it can be considered as a substitute of fossil oil.
PENGOLAHAN LIMBAH CAIR INDUSTRI MINUMAN RINGAN Indriyati, Indriyati; Susanto, Joko Prayitno
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The concentration of soft drink contains organic waste water not so high. There foreone of the alternative of processing technology is used aerobic system: Oxydationditch. On this observation can be seen that the system is able to degrade theorganic matter by observe the operation parameters process to operate the systemand the parameters are BOD, COD, TSS, Oil & grease, TDS, Total N and pH. Allparameters show stability process during 3 (three) months operation. Base on thecriteria as mentioned above, the efficiency that can be reached by this system arearound 96,875 % for BOD efficiency, COD 96 % for COD efficiency , TSS 80 %, Oil& grease 75 %, Total N 76,92 % and pH 41 %.
STUDI BANDING TEKNOLOGI PENGOLAHAN LIMBAH CAIR PABRIK KELAPA SAWIT Rahardjo, Pertus Nugro
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In the last ten years Indonesia has already developed more than 15 CrudePalm Oil Factories (CPOF). Unfortunately the major of them do not have properwastewater treatment plants (WWTP) yet. General speaking that in Indonesia thepalm area has been increasing rapidly. Because of the very large palm area, almostall CPOF use a large area for the WWTP and the main processes of WWTP areanaerobic and aerobic system using large ponds as lagoons. The most environmentalproblems appear such as the bad quality of the effluent from WWTP and inmaintaining units of the WWTP. The aim of this assessment is to compare theWWTP belong to 3 CPOF (PT. Kertajaya, PTP Nusantara IV Bah Jambi and PT.Smart Tbk) and RANUT as a research product from Palm Research Center locatedin Medan. Wastewater (produced by CPOF) used for Land application is alsodiscussed and it is well known in using the wastewater to fertilize the palm plantation.A recommendation for the wastewater treatment system has been proposed. Thesystem has eight processes including oil separation or first sedimentation,neutralization, equalization, anaerobic degradation, aerobic degradation, finalsedimentation and sludge drying.
PEMETAAN GEOHIDROLOGI DAERAH DONOROJO KABUPATEN PACITAN Prayogo, Teguh
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Water is a component in the earth that is very important for human life. The availabilityof water is always wanted to meet a demand of water supply, such as for drinkingwater, washing, taking a bath, and etc. Along with population growth, so the need ofwater will be still increasing, including Tanah Datar. In this paper will be describedconcerning to characteristics, and condition of water in Pacitan Area, East JavaProvince, especially Donorojo district. This location occupies geographically betweenthe latitude of 00o17’ and 00o39’ south and the longitude of 100o19’ and 100o51’ eastBased on survey in field, condition of aquifer in Telaga Banta is located in 20 – 60meter depth, and the result of laboratory points to that the quality of water in thisarea meets the requirement for drinking water.The main uses of ground water include irrigation uses, drinking-water and otherpublic uses, and for supplying domestic water to people who do not receive publicsupply water. The majority of water used for self-supplied domestic and livestockpurposes came from ground-water sources.
ANALISIS MODEL SEBARAN BAHAN PENCEMAR Dl PERAIRAN SELAT NGUAN, BATAM Sachoemar, Suhendar I; Purwanda, Andri
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Analysis of the pollutant transport model was conducted to understand themagtitude, their pattern and spreading speed of the pollutant at Nguan narrowchannel of Batam. The RMA2 (Resource Management Associates) analysis wasemployed to solve those phenomena. The target analysis of the pollutant issuspended particulate matter (sediment), a rnost dominant pollutant matter withinthis area. The result shows that the spreading pollutant was strongly associatedwith the monsoonal system, current speed, tidal system and the pollutant source.The southward direction of sediment transport was inluenced by the northwestmonsoon and the tidal flood. While the northward direction was affected by thethe southeast monsoon and the ebb tide. The current speed was identified asmain factor causing the flushing out magnitude of the water mass at the channel, inwhich the flushing out in the northwest monsoon was faster than that in the southeastmonsoon. As consequence, the water resident time was to be short, the pollutantwas easily to be cleaned out and as the result, the water quality within the channelwas to be excellent.

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