Jurnal Pengendalian Pencemaran Lingkungan (JPPL) 2023-07-06T15:07:18+07:00 Theresia Evila Purwanti Sri Rahayu Open Journal Systems <p align="justify"><strong>Jurnal Pengendalian Pencemaran Lingkungan (JPPL), </strong>is managed by Environmental Polution Control Engineering Technology Study Program D4, Cilacap State Polytechnic, Central Java Indonesia. <strong>JPPL</strong>&nbsp;&nbsp;is a peer-reviewed with e-ISSN :&nbsp;<strong><a href=";1564646952&amp;&amp;&amp;2019" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2686-6137</a>&nbsp;</strong>and p-ISSN :&nbsp;<strong><a href=";1569550305&amp;&amp;&amp;2019" target="_blank" rel="noopener">2686-6145</a>.&nbsp;</strong>This journal is periodically published twice a year in March and September. Please submit your manuscript and Download the <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Template</strong></a><br>JPPL focuses on nine research areas including Water Pollution Control, Soil Pollution Control, Air Pollution Control, Solid and Liquid Waste Control, Bioprocess &amp; Biochemistry, biodiversity &amp; bio monitoring, Engineering design process, environmental chemistry, and Management of environmental pollution control.<br>Every journal manuscript must be submitted online via OJS and follow the writing guidelines and template files. The review process of the manuscripts will be carried out by a team of reviewers. The submitted manuscript must meet the standards of scientific report, content and reference quality (primary and up-to-date). Furthermore, each publication will be presented in the form of a book. Please contact us for further information.<br><strong>Jurnal Pengendalian Pencemaran Lingkungan (JPPL) has been accredited as a scientific journal by the Ministry of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Agency Republic of Indonesia: <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">SK-AKREDITASI No.5162/E4/AK.04/2021 (SINTA 4).</a><br>Certificate of accreditation can download&nbsp;<a title="sertifikat sinta" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">HERE</a></strong></p> Analisis Longitudinal Struktur Komunitas Makrozoobentos yang Tercemar Limbah Pertambangan Emas Skala Kecil di Sungai Cikondang, Jawa Barat 2023-07-06T15:00:26+07:00 Kabul Fadilah Tika Nurmala Tri Dewi K.P. Yayok Suryo Purnomo Sunardi <p style="text-align: justify;"><span lang="EN-US">Small-scale gold mining activities are still mostly carried out in various regions in Indonesia. The use of mercury (Hg) in the process of extracting gold from sediments can be a source of pollution for aquatic ecosystems and organisms. The aim of this study was to analyze the macrozoobenthos community structure in the Cikondang River which was affected by Hg pollution due to small-scale gold mining. Sampling was carried out by survey method at 5 sampling points along the Cikondang River from upstream to downstream. Water quality parameters measured include temperature, transparency, current velocity, pH, Dissolved Oxygen (DO), Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) and Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD). Hg concentrations in sediments and macrozoobenthos were measured using automatic mercury analyzer. The results showed that the concentration of Hg in sediments in the Cikondang River ranged from 0.63–52.48 mg/kg and the accumulation of Hg in macrozoobenthos ranged from 0.97 to 0.98. The macrozoobenthos diversity index was 1.50-2.17 and the dominance index was 0.16-0.30. The most group of macrozoobenthos found was from the Gastropod class, followed by the Insecta and Malacostraca classes. Macrozoobenthos in the Cikondang River were only found in the downstream of the river, at Sampling Points 4 and 5 only. This showed that Hg pollution in the Cikondang river is highly toxic, caused macrozoobenthos was not found at Sampling Point 1, 2 and 3.</span></p> 2023-03-03T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Kabul Fadilah, Tika Nurmala, Tri Dewi K.P. , Yayok Suryo Purnomo, Sunardi Analisis Kinerja Pengelolaan Limbah Infeksius Selama Masa Pandemi Covid-19 Studi Kasus di RSUD Kota Depok 2023-07-06T15:01:04+07:00 Fara Asifa Ulfimora Zaenal Abidin Andes Ismayana <p style="font-weight: 400;">Medical waste management is one of the important things in handling the Covid-19 pandemic. Depok City is one of the areas of West Java Province in Indonesia which in the spread of Covid 19 is in the 5 (five) highest positions. The purpose of this research is the management of infectious waste before and during the emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic. This study used a qualitative method. Stages of research is the identification of performance and assessment of the performance of the management of infectious waste using the Balanced Scorecard method, identification plan management strategies using the SWOT method and prioritizing the implementation of the strategy with the method Interpretative Structural Modeling (ISM). The results showed that the infectious waste generation at the Depok City Hospital during the Covid-19 pandemic increased to 2.75 tons per year. The hospital has made efforts to reduce and sort out, but the obstacles faced during the sorting process are the limited number of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) so that it can increase the risk of transmitting Covid-19 to officers and the absence of cold storage in the Temporary Disposal of Hazardous and Toxic Materials. (TPS B3)<strong>. </strong>The Depok City Regional General Hospital (RSUD) has collaborated with third parties who have permits from the government. The most influential strategy that can be carried out by hospitals is to improve waste management facilities and infrastructure and strengthen SOPs with waste management parties.</p> 2023-03-14T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Fara Asifa Ulfimora, Zaenal Abidin, Andes Ismayana Briket Olahan Limbah Organik Sebagai Solusi Affordable Alternative Energy Dalam Upaya Mencapai Sustainable Development Goals 2030 2023-07-06T15:01:35+07:00 Rafa Muhammad Sultan Malikus Shaleh Sultan Syarief Usman Sigit Subagja <p style="font-weight: 400;"><em>The increase in people's lifestyles raises problems of energy and waste crises. The energy crisis occurred due to a rise in energy demand due to the 4.0 industrial revolution era. Meanwhile, waste problems arise as a result of public consumption. This study aimed to create a product formulation for biomass briquettes with organic waste as the primary raw material. This study used the Experimental Design Completely Randomized Design (CRD) method with four formulations. The first formulation (V<sub>1</sub>) with the composition of rice husk: dry leaves: sawdust: cardboard, respectively 10:6:0:4, V<sub>2</sub> (10:6:4:0), V<sub>3</sub> (10:6:2:2), and V<sub>4</sub> (10:2:6:2) Briquette quality testing uses four assessment indicators, namely shrinkage, ash content, combustion rate, and flame initiation time. The results showed that the composition of V<sub>2</sub> briquettes was the best formulation with a shrinkage value of 92.52%, ash content of 7.48%, combustion rate of 0.0049 g/s, and flame initiation time of 2m 48s. Based on the research results, the Briquette V<sub>2</sub>formulation can be an affordable alternative energy solution to overcome the energy crisis in the world.</em></p> 2023-03-31T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rafa Muhammad, Sultan Malikus Shaleh, Sultan Syarief Usman, Sigit Subagja Analisis dan Model Dispersi Kualitas Udara di TPA Klotok Kediri 2023-07-06T15:02:07+07:00 Muhammad Abdus Salam Jawwad Restu Hikmah Ayu Murti Nita Citrasari <p><span lang="IN">Klotok landfill is a final waste processing site in the City of Kediri that has been operating since 1992 to manage waste in the Kediri City and its surroundings. Waste management activities at the Klotok TPA generate emissions from the waste pile and heavy equipment activities. This study aims to determine the air quality at the Klotok Landfill through direct measurements to obtain results with a more accurate approach. The measurement results will then be modeled with AERMOD software to determine the distribution of these pollutants to the area around the TPA. In this study, air quality measurements were carried out at three points in the Klotok TPA to determine the level of pollution that occurred. Air quality is measured directly using a High Volume Air Sampler (HVAS), Impinger, and Sound Level Meter. Air pollutant parameters measured included Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Total Suspended Particulate (TSP), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), Oxidants (O3), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Lead (Pb), Non-Methane Hydrocarbons (NMHC), Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM2.5), PM10, Ammonia (NH3), and noise. The measurement results show that the CO parameter exceeds the</span><span lang="EN-US">ambient air</span><span lang="IN"> quality standards</span><span lang="EN-US"> of PP No. 22 Year 2021</span><span lang="IN"> at the weighbridge and the landfill 3 with values of 13,750 and 18,750 µg/Nm<sup>3</sup> respectively</span><span lang="EN-US">,</span><span lang="IN">while other parameters still meet </span><span lang="EN-US">the </span><span lang="IN">quality standard. The </span><span lang="EN-US">model with AERMOD software shows the </span><span lang="IN">dispersion of CO nearby the landfill area occurs quickly so that since the first 100 meters the CO concentration has been dispersed to below 10 µg/Nm<sup>3</sup>. CO concentrations at a distance of more than 1 km from the Klotok TPA are generally below 1 µg/Nm<sup>3</sup>.</span></p> 2023-04-02T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Muhammad Abdus Salam Jawwad, Restu Hikmah Ayu Murti, Nita Citrasari Analisis Kandungan CNPK dari Hasil Pemanfaatan Sampah Sisa Makanan Menjadi Pupuk Organik Cair (POC) 2023-07-06T15:02:47+07:00 Vivin Setiani Dinda Maya Kristina Livia Armesta Aisyah Choirul Amien Moch. Defrianto <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Food waste was the largest generation of all types of waste and one of the problems in waste management in Indonesia. One alternative to reduce the generation of food waste is to use food waste to become Liquid Organic Fertilizers (LOF). In this study, the fermentation of food waste into POC through a 21-day. The fermentation is carried out anaerobically. A variation of this research consists of adding Effective Microorganism (EM4) solution as a biostater in the manufacture of LOF. The addition of EM4 solution in this study consisted of variation 1 (5 mL EM4 solution), variation 2 (10 mL EM4 solution), variation 3 (15 mL EM4 solution), and variation 4 (0 mL EM4 solution). Chemical analysis carried out on the quality of LOF consists of Carbon, Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium content. The results of this study indicated that the highest carbon and potassium content was in variation 4 (without EM4 solution), while the highest nitrogen and phosphorus content was in variation 3 with the addition of 15 mL EM4 solution. All variations in this study did not meet the standard values for carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in content of liquid organic fertilizer.</p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Vivin Setiani, Dinda Maya Kristina, Livia Armesta, Aisyah Choirul Amien, Moch. Defrianto Analisis Parameter pH, BOD, TSS, Minyak Dan Lemak Serta Total Coliform Pada Limbah Cair Rumah Sakit Gerbang Sehat Long Bagun Mahakam Ulu 2023-07-06T15:03:27+07:00 Fachruddin Azwari Kemala Hadidjah Christine Elia Benedicta Rusli Wahyuni <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Public welfare is measured one of which is from public health which is supported through hospital health services, the amount of liquid waste produced. Liquid waste or hospital wastewater can cause environmental pollution. Therefore, it is necessary to treat waste using a Wastewater Treatment Plant (WTP). The purpose of this study was to determine the wastewater content after treatment through WTP with wastewater quality analysis at the Gerbang Sehat Mahulu Hospital at Long Bagun District, Mahakam Ulu Regency. The stages of research carried out are field observations, collecting wastewater samples from WTP output of Mahulu Healthy Gate Hospital and analysis of wastewater content in the laboratory including pH, BOD, TSS, oil and fat, and total coliform. The results of liquid waste are adjusted to the Regulation of the Minister of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia (RI) No.68 of 2016. From the results of the study, the value of the quality content of liquid waste with parameters of pH, BOD, TSS, oil, and fat and the total coliform has been below the standard quality so that it is suitable for release to the environment.</p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Fachruddin Azwari, Kemala Hadidjah, Christine Elia Benedicta, Rusli Wahyuni Pembentukan Komposit Zeolit X - Bayerit dari Perlakuan Abu Sekam Padi dan Aluminium Kemasan Produk Pangan dalam Larutan NaOH Teknis pada Suhu Ruangan 2023-07-06T15:04:00+07:00 Dede Suhendar Luthpiansyah Budy Frasetya Taufik Qurrohman Yusuf Rohmatulloh <p>Various research efforts have been carried out to obtain efficient zeolite synthesis methods, including the use of waste as the main ingredient or carried out at room temperature. One type of zeolite that has been synthesized at room temperature is zeolite X (ZX) within a minimum of 28 days using synthetic chemicals. The purpose of this study is to explore how ZX can be formed from waste materials and NaOH technical grade solution (TGS) at room temperature for 40 days without stirring treatments. The waste materials are rice husk ash from the traditional red brick industry, aluminum beverage cans, and food packaging aluminum waste. The materials were homogeneously mixed with the NaOH TGS in such a way as to produce a mixture with a mole ratio of 7.23Na2O : 0.26Al2O3 : 1SiO2 : 280H2O, with mole ratios of Na2O/H2O and Al2O3/SiO2 that were 30% higher than the literature for ZX synthesis, respectively. The results of characterization showed that the treatment yield was ZX along with the presence of the bayerite phase, which had been formed since the 20-day observation period. The use of excess Na2O/H2O and Al2O3/SiO2 mole ratios in this study impacts the formation of bayerite first and the ability of dissolved silica to condense, thus slowing the crystallization of ZX. The result of this study led to the new finding that zeolite-bayerite composite can be synthesized directly in a simple, inexpensive, and environmentally friendly manner, where the composite materials have been reported as catalysts and adsorbents.</p> 2023-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Dede Suhendar, Luthpiansyah, Budy Frasetya Taufik Qurrohman, Yusuf Rohmatulloh Efektivitas Ukuran Blok Campuran Tanah dan Hydraulic Loading Rate Pada Multi Soil Layering Guna Menurunkan Parameter Fosfat dan Surfaktan Anionik di Usaha Binatu 2023-07-06T15:04:29+07:00 Tarikh Azis Ramadani Novi Eka Mayangsari Mitha Amelia Anjani <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>The laundry business is one of the business that produces phosphate and anionic surfactant parameters that cause eutrophication and environmental pollution. Parameters of phosphate and anionic surfactants can be reduced using multi soil layering with two stages. This study aims to analyze the effect of soil mixed block size and hydraulic loading rate on reducing pollutant concentration. The materials used in this study are andosol soil, rice husk charcoal and iron powder. The permeable layer uses gravel and pearlite media. The reactor is made of acrylic with a length of 50 cm, a width of 15 cm and a height of 50 cm. Multi soil layering systems successfully reduce concentrations to 98,603% for phosphate parameters and 99.99% for anionic surfactant parameters. The decrease in phosphate parameters and anionic surfactants is caused by physical and chemical adsorption processes by soil components and rice husk charcoal. The decrease in the parameters of anionic surfactants is also helped by the process of biodegradation of microbes in the soil.</p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Tarikh Azis Ramadani, Novi Eka Mayangsari, Mitha Amelia Anjani Pembuatan Biobriket dari Limbah Daun dan Batang Kayu Putih (Malaleuca leucadendron) Guna Memanfaatkan Limbah Hasil Pertanian di Kecamatan Jeruklegi Kabupaten Cilacap 2023-07-06T15:05:03+07:00 Sonya Hakim Raharjo Fatiha Nur Etnanta Rosmawati Sipayung Ebeng Sugondo Asmaq Yuliah <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Oil reserves are increasingly decreasing in line with the use of non-renewable fossil fuels. One of the renewable energy sources is biomass. Some of the advantages of biomass briquettes are that they are environmentally friendly, more economical, and have better efficiency than coal briquettes. Eucalyptus leaves and stems (M. leucadendron) are the example of the biomass wastes that can be utilized as raw material for briquettes. The objectives of this research are to : Examine the fabrication of biobriquettes from the waste leaves and stems of eucalyptus (M. leucadendron); Examine the effect of the ratio of eucalyptus leaf and stem waste and adhesive on the characteristics of biobriquettes; Examine the effect of carbonization temperature of eucalyptus leaf and stem waste on the characteristics of biobriquettes; and Examine the effect of carbonization time of eucalyptus leaf and stem waste on the characteristics of biobriquettes. The biobriquettes fabrication process starts with the preparation of raw materials (drying), carbonization of biomass with a furnace, mixing raw materials with tapioca flour as adhesive, molding dough, and drying. Variable 6 with leaves and stems ratio is 5:1, with carbonization temperature of 800°C and carbonization time of an hour produces the best biobriquette product of water content 2.21 % and ash content 25.08%.</p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-04T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Sonya Hakim Raharjo, Fatiha Nur Etnanta, Rosmawati Sipayung, Ebeng Sugondo, Asmaq Yuliah Biokonsentrasi Faktor (BCF) dan Faktor Translokasi (TF) Purun tikus (Eleocharis dulcis) dalam Fitoremediasi Air Asam Tambang 2023-07-06T15:05:38+07:00 Ratu Wulandari Permatasari Putri Poedji Loekitowati Hariani Zainal Arifin <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Acid mine drainage is mining waste that contains a lot of sulfate and heavy metals such as Fe and Mn which can cause environmental damage and pollute the ecosystem, therefore it needs to be managed. One way to manage acid mine drainage is with phytoremediation techniques using Purun tikus (Eleocharis dulcis). The ability of Purun tikus to accumulate heavy metals can be known by calculating the bio-concentration factor (BCF) and tranclocation factor (TF). This study aims to determine the value of bio concentration factor (BCF) and tranclocation factor (TF) in rat purun in absorbing Fe and Mn so that it can be used for coal mine acid water management. Sampling was conducted using Convenience sampling method. Analysis of Fe, Mn, BCF and TF levels was carried out using an atomic absorption spectrophotometer. In the study, the bio concentration factor (BCF) value for Fe was 7.53, and for Mn was 30.09. While the value of the tranclocation factor (TF) for Fe is 0.77 or the value of TF less than 1, this indicates that rat Purun in accumulating Fe metal uses a phytostabilization mechanism. Then the tranclocation factor (TF) value for Mn is 1.44 or TF value more than 1, indicating that in accumulating Mn metal, Purun rats use a phytoextraction mechanism.</p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Ratu Wulandari Permatasari Putri, Poedji Loekitowati Hariani, Zainal Arifin Zooplankton Sebagai Bioindikator Lingkungan Perairan: Studi Kasus Perairan Teluk Doreri Manokwari, Provinsi Papua Barat 2023-07-06T15:06:12+07:00 Alfret Roni Marani Alianto Vera Sabariah Tresia Sonya Tururaja Marhan Manaf Safar Dody <p style="font-weight: 400;">The zooplankton ecological index which includes diversity, uniformity and dominance is one approach used to determine the condition of the aquatic environment. This study aims to determine the environmental status of the waters based on zooplankton ecological index which includes diversity, uniformity, and dominance in Doreri Bay water, Manokwari. This study was conducted in September 2020 at two 5- and 10-meter stations depth from the water's surface. Water quality measurements and water sampling were carried out at both stations thrice for 1 week. Water sampling to determine individual zooplankton used a 5 L volume Van Dorn. Temperature, salinity, and pH of the waters were measured successively using a rod-type thermometer with a 50 °C scale, a handheld refractometer RHSN-10ATC, and a pH meter of Orion A215 type. The measurement results obtained the temperature, salinity, and pH values ranging from 29.1 – 29.9 °C with an average of 29.5 °C, 30 – 35 ppt with an average of 33.2 ppt, and 7.9 – 8.3 with an average of 8.1, respectively. The diversity, uniformity, and dominance indexes ranged from 1.5 – 2.2, 0.7 – 1.0, and 0.1 – 0.4, respectively. The ecological status of Doreri Bay waters based on the diversity, uniformity, and dominance indexes show that the components of the food chain are still complete, including the producer and consumer groups and reducers. The effect of liquid waste from land activities around the bay has not disturbed the zooplankton.</p> 2023-04-06T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Alfret Roni Marani, Alianto, Vera Sabariah, Tresia Sonya Tururaja, Marhan Manaf, Safar Dody Analisis Campuran Limbah Daun Gamal, Daun Lamtoro, dan Kulit Pisang sebagai Pakan Alternatif Udang 2023-07-06T15:06:42+07:00 Shafwan Amrullah Cyrilla Octaviananda Icha Ramadhani <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>The waste of several organic materials in several areas in West Nusa Tenggara continues to increase. One of the most commonly found is banana peel waste, lamtoro leaf waste, and gamal leaf waste. One alternative to reduce this waste, can be converted into alternative shrimp feed. The advantage of using these ingredients is the vegetable protein content which is equivalent to sea fish. In this study, researchers carried out the process of making shrimp feed using gamal leaf waste, lamtoro leaves and banana peels. The research treatments used a variety of raw material mixtures, namely Formula 1, Formula 2 and Formula 3. The quality indicators tested in this study were moisture content, ash content, crude protein. The results showed a decrease in water content from 22.96%-15.86% from formula 1 to formula 3. The ash content increased from 4.8% to 9% from formula 1 to 3. Meanwhile, the crude protein content increased from 5.9% to 8.48% from formulas 1 to 3. Based on the three formulas, it can be concluded that formula 3 can be said to be the best with a mixture of 500 grams of gamal, 150 grams of lamtoro leaves, 150 grams of fine bran, 100 grams of corn flour, tapioca flour 30 grams, 20 grams of EM4 and 50 grams of banana peel. Based on these results it can also be concluded that the waste obtained from the remaining banana peels, gamal and lamtoro can be made into more useful shrimp feed.</p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Shafwan Amrullah, Cyrilla Octaviananda, Icha Ramadhani Pemanfaatan Pepaya sebagai Biostarter dalam Pengomposan Limbah Ikan dan Daun Mangrove Menggunakan Larva Black Soldier Fly 2023-07-06T15:07:18+07:00 Mirna Apriani Vivin Setiani Farah Nabilla Thalib <div class="page" title="Page 1"> <div class="layoutArea"> <div class="column"> <p>Fish waste generated from industrial activities in coastal communities has the potential to cause bad odors and pollute the environment. Falling mangrove leaves also contribute to waste in coastal areas because there are mangrove forests. This can pollute the environment so that fish waste and mangrove leaves can be processed through the composting method. Composting with BSF larvae can provide double benefits, namely reducing waste and producing larval feces that plants need. Papaya fruit waste that is no longer suitable for consumption can be used as a biostarter to speed up the decomposition process. The research variable was the use of 200 ml/kg papaya fruit biostarter. Variation in composition 100% mangrove leaves, 50% mangrove leaves; 50% fish waste, 70% mangrove leaves; 30% fish waste. Moisture content, temperature, pH, C/N, phosphorus, and potassium in several variations of this study met the quality of compost based on SNI 19-7030-2004. Based on MANOVA statistical analysis, variations in composition and type of biostarter influence larval biomass, feed consumption, and waste reduction index. Based on the quality of the compost, the best variation in this study was the composition of 50% fish waste compost and 50% mangrove leaves without the use of a biostarter.</p> </div> </div> </div> 2023-04-13T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Mirna Apriani, Vivin Setiani, Farah Nabilla Thalib