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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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ANALISIS DAMPAK PENGGEMBALAAN SAPI DI TPA (Studi Kasus di TPA Piyungan – Yogjakarta Wahyono, Sri
Jurnal Teknologi Lingkungan Vol. 11 No. 2 (2010)
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The end of municipal solid waste operations is landfill. Almost all of the Indonesia city’s landfills use the open dumping system. Generally, wastes dumped in the landfill are dominated by organic materials that potentially used for cow feeding. So that, in some landfills there are cow pasturing with the low cost operation related to the free feeding materials. According to UU No 18/2008, in the year of 2013 open dumping landfill is prohibited operate changed by sanitary landfill. Related to this change, the cow pasturingin landfill will be affected. So that the cow pasturing in landfill need to be assessed in the aspect of waste reduction, economic values, landfill operation, social conflict, and safety cow meat. The goals of this study are assessing positive and negative impacts from cow pasturing in the Piyungan Landfill, Yogjakarta. Research methods used are references study, interview, counting the cow and direct investigation of landfill operation. This study concluded that cow pasturing in landfill has positive impacts for waste reductionand increasing economic level of people live in surrounds of landfill. Unfortunately, the cow pasturing has also negative impact such as disturbing daily landfill operation, high potent social conflict during landfill rehabilitation, and high content of some heavy metals in the cow organ. Based on those impacts, the policy of the cow pasturing has to be reviewed because of the importance of sanitary landfill operation in the near future andthe issue of safely consuming meat free from heavy metals.Key Words: landfill, waste, cow pasturing
BAKTERI M2 PENGHASIL PHB (Polyhydroxybutirate) YANG DIISOLASI DARI PULAU LAKI, KEPULAUAN SERIBU Supryati, Dyah
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Polyhydroxybutirate Producing Bacteria M2 Isolated From Pulau Laki, KepulauanSeribu. PHB is one of very important material for production of biodegradable plastic,and physiologically it is important electron sink in anaerobic-aerobic process. PHB accumulating bacteria M2 was isolated from mangrove of Pulau Laki, Kepulauan Seribu.The bacteria were able to produce PHB from glucose, acetate, and sucrose .Strain M2 was produced PHB (79.9% of biomass) by using acetate as sole carbon sources. The strain was also able to grow at 3 % to 5 % with a doubling time of 10.9 and 21.04 hours and specific growth rate (0.0633 h-1 and 0.0328 h-1). The ability of Strain M2 to produce PHB and its salinity tolerance implying that this strain is not only importance for PHB production but also ecologically importance microbe.Key word: PHB accumulating bacteria, marine, salinity tolerance
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN PAKAN ITIK DENGAN LIMBAH UDANG DAN LIMBAH KULIT KACANG KEDELAI YANG DIBERI PROBIOTIK TERHADAP PRODUKSI DAN WARNA KUNING TELUR Akhadiarto, Sindu
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The objective of this study was to utilize the superiority of agricultural waste in form of soybean hull and shrimp wastes and their combination on egg layer duck. This feed contains starbio probiotic functions for fiber digestion (soybean hull waste) and chitin (from shrimp waste). The expectation was that there would be duck ration which is able to increase egg production and quality and brighter reddish egg-yolk which is attractive and full of nutritions. The research was conducted in three stages. Stage I is Nutrient Digestional Value Test on the formula of soybean hull and shrimp wastes mixture on Duck Feed Contained Starbio." Stage II : experiment on "Mixture Formulation of soybean hull and shrimp wastes mixture on Duck Feed Contained Starbio Probiotik for Increasing The Performance of Egg Layer Duck" and III experiment on "The Production of Reddish Duck Egg-Yolk With Feed Contained soybean hull and Shrimp Wastes Mixture". The experiment concluded that : I) the provision of soybean hull andshrimp had significant effects on digestability of feed dried materials, but conversely had no effects on protein digestability and crude fiber, as well as on egg produktion and quality.There was no interaction between two materials in the treatment. 2) Shrimp waste tended to have effects on daily egg production of egg layer duck; 3) Yellow color of the eggs couldn't change to be reddish yet, since xanthophyl content had already lost in over-dried and alreadyexpired shrimp wastes.Key Words : shrimp waste, soybean hull, probiotic, egg-yolk color
VEGETASI BAWAH DI TEGAKAN TUA COCOS NUCIFERA L (ARECACEAE) DI PULAU PARI, TELUK JAKARTA=(UNDER-GROWTH VEGETATION IN THE OLD COCONUT COCOS NUCIFERA L. (ARECACEAE) STANDS IN THE PARI ISLAND, JAKARTA BAY) Yusuf, Razali; ., Purwaningsih; Sukardjo, Sukristijono
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Undergrowth vegetation analysis in the old coconut stands in the Pari Island wasundertaken, to determine the structure and floristic composition in relation with their habitat characteristics. Physiognomically, the undergrowth vegetation typified by grasses community with Ischaemum muticum (Importance Value: 122.94%) and Imperata ylindrica (Importance Value:  5.45%) to be a dominant and co-dominant species,respectively. Floristically, the grasses community consists of 27 families along with their 56 genera and 58 species. Amongst those, only 15 species belong to a weed component and can be classified as principal and common weed species in the agricultural land in Indonesia. The grasses community has four common families in term of their highestnumber of species, viz Compositae, Euphorbiaceae, Leguminosae and Poaceae.Based on the ordination technique of Principal Component Analysis (PCA) three distinct groups of the vegetation component can be recognized as (i) pes-caprae formation, (ii)Calophyllum formation and (iii) transition community zone. The spatial distribution of prevalent species in relation with their habitat characters was discussed. Generally, the grasses community can be classified into secondary vegetation of the small island.Keywords : Vegetasi bawah, pohon kelapa, kenanekaragaman jenis, mitigasi,pengelolaan terpadu pesisir dan laut, Pulau Pari, Teluk Jakarta
PEMANFAATAN DIMETHYL ETHER (DME) SEBAGAI SUBSTITUSI BAHAN BAKAR MINYAK DAN LPG Boedoyo, Mohamad Sidik
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As a developing country, currently the energy demand in Indonesia increases rapidly.Although Indonesia has a huge of oil reserves the production of oil fuels as the main energy consumption has not been enough and should be imported. It is devised to substitute oil fuel with other resources such as liquefied coal, natural gas, biofuels and dimethyl ether (DME). In the short future, the use of DME as an alternative fuel appears to be a promising approach for reducing the uses of diesel oil and LPG. It can be described in to two approaches. First, due to the high cetane number of DME, it can be used for compression ignition engines which have higher thermal efficiencies compared to spark ignition engines. Second, due to the physical properties of DME, it can substitute oil fuels and LPG uses in industries, commercials, and households for lighting and cooking. Hence, DME production is not limited to one feedstock. DME canbe derived from fossil fuel feedstocks, including natural gas and coal, as well as from renewable feedstock sources such as biomass. Since Indonesia have abundant of energy sources as DME raw material, such as natural gas, coal and biomass, utilization of DME into Indonesia energy system is necessary to be developed.Key words :Energy Potential, Dimethyl Ether, Diesel Oil and LPG Substitution
PENELITIAN PENERAPAN PEMBANGKIT LISTRIK TENAGA SURYA DAN DAMPAKNYA TERHADAP LINGKUNGAN Djamin, Martin
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Indonesia through government programmes and private sector activities. An assessment on performance of photovoltaic systems and study of their impacts was established in Kolaka, South-east Sulawesi. At the moment there are 2270 solar home systems (SHS) in this location. During the research and study, there are 9 data loggers have been installed in nine solar home systems in 4 villages of Kolaka. These data loggers were used to monitor and measure some parameters such as solar insolation , VBattery,VLoad, ILoad, IModule, and room temperature. Besides performance data collection above, a quantitative research method was done to explore the quality of life of rural and remotepeoples. 175 questionnaires were used to collect the data from households in 4 villages Polinggona, Popalia, Petudua dan Pewisoa Jaya. This paper will discuss resuts of the measurement of solar home systems, the impact on daily life of villagers and global and local environmental impact of the use of solar home systems.Kata Kunci: PLTS, data-logger, alat pengontrol baterai
APLIKASI GA3 DALAM MEMECAHKAN DORMANSI BIJI Picrasma javanica SETELAH PENYIMPANAN PADA BERBAGAI SUHU SIMPAN Utami, Ning Wikan
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Picrasma javanica is one of the medicinal plants that has an anti malaria potency,it is belonging into Simaroebaceae family. The aim of this research is to know the effect of GA3 on broken dormancy of P. Javanica seed after storaged in the various temperature to enhance and increased seed germination. The experiment was carried out in the Macropropagation Laboratory, Cibinong Science Center, Research Center for Biology,LIPI, using a Complete Randomized Design with two factors in three replication.The first factor is condition of storage i.e room (28 ± 10 C, RH 80%), incubator (200 C,RH 90%), incubator ( 50 C, RH 95%) dan deep freezer (- 200 C, RH ). The second factor is long of storage i.e. 1,2,3,4,5 and 5 months. GA3 100 ppm was used for broken seeddormancy. The result showed that there was no interaction between temperature and long of storage. GA3 solution can be broken on seed dormancy before and after storage in the various temperature excepted in deep freezer ( – 200 C, RH 65%), there are no seed germinate since 1 month storage. P. javanica seed that storage in incubator 50 C is the best method and after 5 months the germination percentage is still high (73,3%) with GA3 but only 18,33% without GA3. On the other treatments the germination percentage is less than 50%. The highest germination value (14,1) that was recorded in the seeds that storage in incubator (200 C, RH. 95%).Key words: GA3, dormancy, temperature, long of storage, seed , P. javanica
KERAGAMAN LUMUT DAUN DI HUTAN BEKAS TERBAKAR BUKIT BANGKIRAI, KALIMANTAN TIMUR=MOSS DIVERSITY IN THE FOREST FIRE FROM BUKIT BANGKIRAI, EAST KALIMANTAN Windadri, Florentina Indah; Haerida, Ida; Yamaguchi, Tomio; Shimizu, Hideyuki
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Bukit Bangkirai is a public recreation forest in East Kalimantan. During the long dry season in 1982-1983 and 1997-1998 some parts of the forest have burnt out, only small part war escaped. Bryophytes are small plant and usually abundantly grows on the forest.The Bryodiversity research in the Bukit Bangkirai has been done in the 2000 to 2003.Total sample of bryophyte collections about 3000 numbers since seven period collections and the result of identification were found 92 species including 27 genera and 9 families.The dominant mosses found are Achantorrhynchium papilatum, Arthrocormus schimperi,Leucobryum sanctum, Octoblepharum albidum, Pyrrhobryum spiniforme, Syrrhopodonalbovaginatus and Syrrhopodon spiculosus. Only four species found in control plot.They are Ctenidium malacobolum, Fissidens zippleianus, Groutiella tomentosa and Taxithellium lindbergii. Acroporium diminutum, Leucobryum juniperinoides, Calymperes aeruginosum, Fissidens robinsonii and Syrrhopodon semilimber were only found in the light damage plot and Fissidens wichurae, Isopterygium textori, Leucobryum bowringii,Syrrhopodon confertus were only found in the heavy damage plot. The mosses usuallygrows on the soil and rotten logs in damp site.Key words: Bangkirai forest recreation, east Kalimantan, mosses, burn areas,diversity.
PENENTUAN JENIS VEGETASI LOKAL UNTUK PERLINDUNGAN TEBING SUNGAI SIAK DENGAN DESAIN EKO - ENGINEERING TANPA TURAP Sittadewi, Euthalia Hanggari
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Eco – engineering without civil’s construction design for the Siak riverside’s protection can be applied at the part of river has riverside’s weak damaged. The riverside’s protection system with eco – engineering without civil’s construction as the effort to make stronger the riverside with vegetation components. The used of local vegetation is the best choice for eco – engineering system. The identification of vegetation on the Siak river’s corridor as long as desa Merempan Hilir to choose the plants to make the eco – engineering withoutcivil construction’s design has been done. Some kind of plants have been choosen i.e :rumput teki (Cyperus rotundus), rumput kumpai (Hymenachne acutigluma) rumput akar wangi (Vetiveria zizanioides), karangkunan (Ipomea carnea), bambu kuning (Bambusa vulgaris), pandan (Pandanus, sp), bintaro (Cerbera manghas), rengas (Gluta renghas),kempas (Koompassia malaccensis), jawi – jawi (Ficus, sp) and meranti (Shorea, sp).Key words : desain eko – engineering tanpa turap, perlindungan tebing, tanaman lokal
KONTAMINASI MERKURI (Hg) DALAM ORGAN TUBUH IKAN PETEK (Leiognathus equulus) DI PERAIRAN ANCOL, TELUK JAKARTA Riani, Etty
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Mercury (Hg) which is contained in aquatic ecosystem can enter and be accumulated to organism’s body, like on petek fish (Leiognathus equulus). The research aimed to see mercury concentration in aquatic ecosystem, to see mercury concentration in organ of petek fish by AAS (Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer) and its histopathology response in organs of petek fish. The research was done at Ancol, Jakarta Bay on October-December 2004. There are 16 samples of water and fish from 3 stations.The analysis result of water quality is compared by standard quality of sea water for sea organism life (Kepmen LH No. 51, 2004), mercu ry concentration in fish organ is compared by maximum mercury concentration in fish body by classification of Palar (2004). Ancol water quality is still on normal condition. Mercury concentration in water and petek fish organs had low concentration. Gill and lever contaminated by mercuryis only in station 1 fish, but it is still on normal concentration. Histopathology of petek fish gill is not abnormal, while the lever is necrosis. Water and petek fish is not a good indicator to detect mercury in aquatic ecosystem.Keywords: mercury, petek fish, water, lever, gill, histopathology, accumulation,indicator

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