Yustina , Ngatilah and Ony , Kurniawan (2014) KEBIJAKAN PERBAIKAN KUALITAS AIR SUNGAI PEGIRIKAN DENGAN METODE SISTEM DINAMIK. Tekmapro : Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management, 9 (1). 1 p-15 p. ISSN 1907-5146

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    The river provides water for the benefit of human life and the organisms that live in Increasing the density of the population with poor economic conditions forced people to live along the watershed (DAS). The number of residential land and high population density along the watershed (DAS) resulted in the emergence of a variety of issues such as increasing sources of domestic sewage pollution. The problems of river water pollution is a problem with the system is quite complex and involves a variety of components interacting variables. Complex problems and the many variables that affect the system, because that study using dynamical systems methods to solve the problem. The research result in 3 scenarios policies that can improve water quality in the Village of River Pegirian the eviction of houses around the river, making the “IPAL” Domestic Individual Biofilter Anaerobic-aerobic with Media Split Rock and the Making toilets in every home and making BioFilter Individual Domestic “IPAL”Anaerobic -aerobic With Split Rock Media. Of the three scenarios is a third scenario that is making BioFilter Individual Domestic “IPAL” Anaerobic-aerobic Media Split Rock can reduce BOD levels of 15% - 71% and COD levels of 32% - 88%. Key word : Aerob,Anaerob,BOD,COD,residential land, River water pollution, the dynamic sistem.

    Item Type: Article
    Subjects: T Technology > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering > TD201 Water supply for domestic and industrial purposes > TD429 Water purification. Water treatment and conditioning. Saline
    Divisions: UPN Jatim Journal > Tekmapro : Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management
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    Date Deposited: 19 Jul 2016 15:36
    Last Modified: 19 Jul 2016 15:36

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