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Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri
ISSN : 20870965     EISSN : 25035010     DOI : -
Core Subject : Engineering,
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri (Research Journal of Industrial Pollution Prevention Technology) seeks to promote and disseminate original research as well as review, related to following area: Environmental Technology, Process technology and simulation, Design Engineering, Material fabrication, Energy Conservation
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Full Scale Application of Integrated Upflow Anaerobic Filter (UAF)-Constructed Wetland (CWs) in Small Scale Batik Industry Wastewater Treatment Novarina Irnaning Handayani; Rustiana Yuliasni; Nanik Indah Setianingsih; Agung Budiarto
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 11, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : Kementerian Perindustrian

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2020.v11.no1.p27-35

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This research aimed to evaluate the implementation of integrated Upflow Anaerobic Filter (UAF)-Constructed Wetlands (CWs) in real condition of wastewater treatment plant in batik small scale industry. The full scale reactor consisted of equalization chamber with HRT of 2 days; Upflow Anaerobic Filter (UAF) with HRT of 6 days, and Horizontal Subsurface Constructed Wetlands (HSSCWs) with HRT of 1.5 days. The UAF- CWs integrated technology was used to treat batik wastewater with  COD inlet of  1339 – 2034 mg/L and pH  of  9.0 – 9.4. This study showed that single UAF technology alone was able to reduced  56 – 78%, while the integration UAF –wetland technology  improved the performance to 85% and reduced the pH into 7.5 – 7.8.
DOAS Calibration Technique for SO2 Emission Measurement Based on H2SO4 and Na2SO3 Reaction Januar Arif Fatkhurrahman; Ikha Rasti Julia Sari; Yose Andriani; Moh Syarif Romadhon; Nur Zen; Adi Prasetio; Ali Murtopo Simbolon
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 11, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2020.v11.no1.p36-45

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The coal used as a primary fuel in an Indonesian power plant produces sulfur dioxide emission from its burning process. Several testing and monitoring methods developed, from laboratory analysis, CEMs based instrument, and absorption spectroscopy method developed for this purpose. Differential Optical Absorption Spectroscopy (DOAS) method based on Lambert-Beer law used as emission quantification. DOAS instrumentation developed in this research to measure sulfur dioxide as one of the emission parameters. Sulfur dioxide generated from the reaction between the sulfuric acid and dilute sodium sulfite. CCD spectrometer used to measure sulfur dioxide spectrum intensity at 260 to 350 nm absorption cross-section. There is a high correlation between sulfur dioxide gas produced by that reaction to spectrum intensity, with coefficient determination (r2) 0.9783, 0.9822, 0.9866, 0.9928 or coefficient correlation (r) 0.989, 0.991, 0.993, and 0.996 from lowest range concentration to highest range concentration. Precision analysis from gas calibration standard using Horwitz ratio indicates instrument setup precise enough with 0.504 Horwitz ratio, according to its acceptable range. The suspended particulate matter may interfere with UV penetration into CCD detector in emission simulation test using gasoline generator exhaust that causes 2.5 times deviation error between typical 800 ppm concentrated sulfur dioxide from chemical reaction and gasoline generator exhaust.
Evaluating the Performance of Three Chambers Microbial Salinity Cell (MSC) Subjected to Different Substrate Concentrations to Accomplish Simultaneous Organic and Salt Removal in the Wastewater Rustiana Yuliasni; Nur Zen; Nanik Indah Setianingsih
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 11, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2020.v11.no1.p19-26

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This study aimed to identify the effect of substrate concentration on the performance of A Three chambers Microbial Salinity Cell (a three chambers MSC). In this study, 3 three chambers MSC was made of plexy glass with total volume of 200 ml.  Alumunium wrapped with with platinum on vulcan carbon cloth were used as electrodes,with each working area 63 cm2. The results showed that a Three chambers Microbial Salinity Cell was able to generate electricity and at the same time removed salinity. The degree of electricity deneration and salinity removal were influenced by initial substrate concentration in the anode chamber. The higher substrate concentration, the better performance of MSC. The best performance of MSC achieved when COD was 2034 mg/L, resulted in maximum  voltage of 0. 44 V, and  maximum current density of 0.29 mA/m2. With % CE was 5.4%. The maximum conductivity increase in salinity chamber was  from 11.2 µS/cm  to 1027 µS/cm (salinity 0.57% ppt).
Potential of Catalytic Ozonation in Treatment of Industrial Textile Wastewater in Indonesia: Review Rame Rame
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 11, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2020.v11.no1.p1-11

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Industrial textile wastewater is one of the most heavily polluting in Indonesia. Wastewater from industrial textile contains organic contamination that is very difficult to remove pollutants that remaining even though it has been through the usual wastewater treatment unit installed and bio refractory in nature. Toxic organic compounds discharged from the textile industry, such as colored dyes, heavy metals, and various chemicals, will hurt the environment. These contaminants have been proven toxic to the biotic environment, such as mutagenic, which can increase the incidence of cancer and endocrine disruptor effects. Removal of contaminants from industrial textile wastewater is currently one of the most critical subjects in water pollution prevention. Applications of catalytic ozonation treatment initially, powder catalysts have been employed, and later, the use of activated carbon materials in more advanced catalyst structures reported, and more sophisticated types of catalyst equipment namely carbon nanotube, and nanoparticles. In-depth research on the combination of ozonation and catalytic research of industrial textile wastewater treatment has the potential to become a well-developed approach to treatment industrial textile wastewater. This review provides process principles and characteristics, including the use of various catalysts, variations in reactor design, and application catalytic ozonation in synthetic textile wastewater and real industrial textile wastewater outlined and discussed. Include future research directions of the treatment of industrial textile wastewater in to clean water with drink quality. 
Performance of a Full-Scale Anaerobic Digestion on Bakery Wastewater Treatment : Effect of Modified Distribution System Hanny Vistanty; Rizal Awaludin Malik; Aris Mukimin
Jurnal Riset Teknologi Pencegahan Pencemaran Industri Vol 11, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21771/jrtppi.2020.v11.no1.p12-18

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The effectiveness of a full-scale anaerobic digestion pretreatment was evaluated and the effect of wastewater distribution system was determined on the performance of bakery wastewater (BW) treatment. The BW was fed to 3 series of anaerobic compartments as the main degradation process. The distribution system of first compartment was modified and circulated to enhance contact and efficiency. While the effluent of last compartment was partly returned to the first compartment as an external circulation and the other part was further processed in activated sludge under aerobic conditions. The overall system was able to remove chemical oxygen demand (COD), total suspended solids (TSS), and biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) up to 97.7%, 99.7%, and 99.6%, respectively, at maximum organic loading rate of 6.3 kg COD/m3day. High removal of pollutants indicated that modified distribution of circulation is advantageous to the BW treatment

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