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  • Pemanfaatan Biofilter untuk Mengurangi Pemakaian Bahan Kimia dalam Proses
           Pengolahan Air Estuary

    • Authors: Ketut Gede Suryawan, I Gede Mahardika Mahardika, I Wayan Budiarsa Suyasa
      Pages: 81 - 86
      Abstract: The process to supply the drinking water will also be expensive due to the decreasing quality of water it self. Some chemical substances are needed in high quantity  to produce healthy water from Badung River, such as chlorine and aluminum sulphat (Al SO4). This is because the polutants of water in Badung River is really high.            To decrease the use of the amount of chemical subtances and to avoid the side effect of chlorine on water which is highly organic, so this research was done through the use of biofilter. This biofilter is like bee-hive which is made from plastic. This micro-organism would scatter the organic substance and ammonia. In this case, iron (Fe) and Manganese (Mn) would be oxydized by the air and water from the blower. On the next step, the measurement of the content in each organic substance, iron, manganese, nitrate, nitrite, ammonia  was done on the streaming water and the water that was out from biofilter reactor. In every parameter, the sampel was taken periodically from 1 to 6 hours hydrolic-setting time. The testing of using aluminum sulphate and the needs of chlorine was done in every 1 to 6 hours hydrolic-setting time.        The result of the research told us that for 6 hours hydrolic- setting time could decrease 38.78% the organic substance, iron ( Fe) 41.93%, manganese (Mn) 55.32%, ammonia 75.40%,  nitrite 55.32%, but nitrate increased up to 53.85%. The increase of nitrate is still tolerable based on the law of governor (Pergub) Bali No. 8 year 2007. The use of chemical substance, in this case aluminum sulphat could be decreased up to 10 ppm and chlorine (gas) could also be decreased until 10 ppm.
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p09
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)
           DENGAN MODEL QUAL2KW 5.1

    • Authors: i kadek ardi putra, I Wayan Budiarsa Suyasa, I G B Sila Dharma
      Pages: 87 - 93
      Abstract:   ABSTRAK Tukad Mati is one of watershed that is flow through two regencies of Badung and Denpasar that has 12 km length. Tukad Mati functioned as irrigation, drainage system and as the exile of wastewater from all activities along the river. Because of the pollution, the water quality has degraded. The source of pollution is organic matter pollutant, agricultural pollutant such as pesticide and hazardous waste. The aim of this research is knowing the pollutant loading rate from point source and non point source using Qual2kw model, to define that amount of pollutant that are allowed to exile in Tukad Mati river. The water quality parameter that analyzed is DO, COD, BOD and Phosphate. This research divided into three sections, and 4 scenario of simulation to know allowed loading rate of pollutant along the river. The result of simulation using Qual2kw for BOD that is the minimum DO loading rate was 1,15 kg/day for section 1 then maximum loading rate is 64,88 kg/day on section 3. Meanwhile for COD parameter, the minimum loading rate is 1446,61 kg/day and in the upstream the  minimum COD loading rate 1375,06 kg/day. For phosphate parameter the loading rate that allowed is 0,79 kg/day, while in the upstream maximum 12,57 kg/day on segment 3.   Keywrods : Tukad Mati, Qual2KW 5.1, Loading Rate, water quality
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p11
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)
  • Pattern Of Perception And Public Participation In The Management Of
           Household Waste And Waste Banks In The District Of East Denpasar, Bali

    • Authors: murdiman murdiman, Made Sudiana Mahendra Sudiana Mahendra, I Made Adhika
      Pages: 94 - 100
      Abstract: Efforts to reduce of waste generated by the community requires awareness, participation and cooperation among stakeholders. Denpasar Government implement strategies to manage waste handling and hygiene can be handled in each region. This step requires the integration between the systems of waste management, legal framework and clear support to be able to walk well, effectively and efficiently. On one hand, the management of solid waste management, especially those involving real role of the community, not separated from the support of government, private sector and society itself.  This study was designed using descriptive analysis of qualitative and interpretative. Data was obtained through data collection techniques. Interpretative with reference to the theory and frame of mind, in order to obtain an understanding of the data in accordance with the purpose of research. Data that have been collected from questioner lets further processed and analyzed by using Likert scale and then draw conclusions, resulting descriptive data to observe the household waste management system based Waste Bank in East Denpasar District. In principle, it was observed that the principle of the 3R (reduce, reuce, and recycle) has been applied substantially in the management of household waste bins bank based in East Denpasar District involving the community. The role of the community looked to their participation in the environmental clean-up activities, including composting, bio-pore and willingness to be come a member of waste bank. The results showed that (1) the perception of the community in the management of household waste is categorized as good with an average score of 3,83 (2) community participation in the management of household waste bank-based garbage in both categories with an average score of 3,68,  then used as a basis in determining strategies for the management of household waste bank based in East Denpasar District.
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p08
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)

    • Authors: ketut asrini, I Wayan Sandi Adnyana, I Nyoman Rai
      Pages: 101 - 107
      Abstract: Pakerisan watershed is used by the people for various purposes to meet the daily needs for water and it is also for irrigation water. The aim of research was to determine the water quality related to human activities and the pollution index. Water sampling was conducted in the nine sample points i.e. upstream of two sample points, in the middle of four sample points, and in the downstream of three sample points. Sampling was done by purposive sampling. Determination of water quality was carried out by comparing the measured data of each parameter of water with the value of quality standards based on the Bali Governor Regulation Number  08 of 2007, while the definition of the status of water quality was done by the pollution index method. The results showed that the activities that affect the water quality physically, chemically and biologically at the upstream to downstream are farming activities, settlements, tourism and trade. In the upstream showed no parameters that exceeded the quality standards, the variables of BOD, COD, phosphate, fecal coli and total coli exceeded the quality standards and in the downstream,  the BOD, fosfat and  fecal coli exceeded the quality standards. The pollution index found in the upstream region good condition, whereas in the middle was classified as heavily polluted until the downstream  was lightly polluted.
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p01
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)

    • Authors: ida bagus adi palguna, IPG Ardhana, I Wayan Arthana
      Pages: 108 - 115
      Abstract: Mangrove forest are plant communities which cover tidal areas in the tropics. Nusa Lembongan mangrove forest is a natural forest with an area of 202 hectares. The rapid development of the world tourism utilizing mangrove forest has caused a lot of pressures to the mangrove forest of area studied. This study aimed to determine the structure and diversity of mangrove species in Nusa Lembongan mangrove forest which was associated with environmental conditions both soil and climate factors. Transect method with square frame along the line was applied in vegetation analysis. Data showed that the vegetation in the mangrove forest consisted of four growth stages, namely tree, pole, sapling and seedling. There were 12 species of trees, 6 species of poles, 4 species of saplings and 5 species of seedlings. Rhizophora apiculata Blume of family Rhizoporaceae was the dominant species among the four growth stages with important value of 115.48%, 132.276%, 185.084%, 185.084%, and 165.882% respectively. There were 13 mangrove species found with diversity index of 2.461 and the forest was fairly stable. This is because the forest sufficiently supported by environmental factors, including dry climate-type F (Schmidth dan Ferguson), high water salinity, soil textures of clay and sandy loam, generally ranging from moderate to high organic matters and calm coastal area.
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p07
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)
  • Daya Tampung Beban Pencemar Sungai Badung di Desa Dauh Puri Kota Denpasar
           dengan Model QUAL2KW

    • Authors: dody setiawan, I G B Sila Dharma, I Wayan Budiarsa Suyasa
      Pages: 116 - 124
      Abstract: Badung River is flow through two regencies of Badung and Denpasar that has 25.17 km length. People actually use Badung River for tourism, irrigation, drainage system and as the exile of wastewater from all activities along the river. The water quality of Badung River has exceeded the threshold limits.Therefore, It is needed to determinate the carrying capacity of Badung river. Because of the pollution, the water quality has degraded. The objective of this research is knowing the sources of pollution and load capacity of Badung river at Dauh Puri village using Qual2kw model, to define that amount of pollutant that are allowed to exile in Badung River. The water quality parameter that analyzed is BOD, COD, and TSS. This research divided into three segments, and four scenarios of simulations to know allowed loading rate of pollutant along the river. The callculates and allocate pollutant reduction levels necessary to meet approved water quality standards. The result of simulation using Qual2kw showing that BOD has over its limit, meanwhile for COD parameter, the loading rate is between 536,21 to 1360,32 kg/day and TSS loading rate between 2235,92 to 4252,90 kg/day. Keywords: Badung River, Qual2KW 5.1, Loads Capacity, Water Quality
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p10
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)

    • Authors: Ni Luh Putu Mega Priantari, I Wayan Budiarsa Suyasa, I Wayan Windia
      Pages: 125 - 131
      Abstract: Many activities and the continuous disposal of waste water has resulted water pollution in Tukad Rangda. Tukad Rangda's water quality over the last five years (2012-2016) indicated experiencing contamination with decreasing water quality. The condition indicates the need of serious effort to maintain the water quality of Tukad Rangda. The purpose of this research is to know the perception and behavior of head of household and businesses in conducting waste water management that potentially causing Tukad Rangda water contamination, determining water quality and water quality status based on the Pollution Index, and determining appropriate alternative strategies to control water pollution in Tukad Rangda. Sample was collected by purposive sampling. Water samples was taken at three point: on the upstream, middle, and downstream of Tukad Rangda. Samples are analyzed in situ and in laboratory. Determination of perception and community behavior based on questionnaires and interviews to households and businesses. The data obtained were analyzed by force-field analysis to determine alternative strategy of Tukad Rangda water contamination control. The results of perception analysis of households and businesses on waste water management that has the potential to cause Tukad Rangda water contamination shows well-categorized results. However, for the behavior of head of households and businesses on waste water management that potentially causing Tukad Rangda water pollution, each of them showing results that can be categorized as quite good and less good respectively. Water quality of Tukad Rangda at upstream, middle, and downstream areas have exceeded the water quality standard class II in accordance with the Bali Governor Regulations No. 16 year 2016 for these parameters: BOD, COD, phosphate, and lead. Water quality status of Tukad Rangda based on Method of Pollution Index at upstream, middle, and downstream classified slightly contaminated. Based on force-field analysis, the alternative strategy obtained is increasing the insight and understanding about waste water management to the community, water waste management regulation at household scale, coaching, supervision, and law enforcement against businesses violating the applicable regulations, providing waste water treatment facilities, as well as the development of Tukad Rangda as water tourism area through the involvement of community participation.
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p03
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)
           PROVINSI BALI

    • Authors: Putu Dian Paramitha Dewi, I Wayan Suarna, I Wayan Budiarsa Suyasa
      Pages: 132 - 139
      Abstract: Waste is one source of greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) that has methane gas form which caused an early multi-dimensional, massive and complex problems. The rapid increase of garbage volume entering landfill, annually result a high garbage dumps in the Suwung Landfill area. It should have been considered a handing solution for example by converting the methane gas content in the waste into a useful value added product. The objective of this research is determining the amount of electrical energy that can be produced through methane gas emission at Suwung Landfill. The characteristic and composition of waste could give effect to the formation of methane emissions. The research on the composition and characteristic of waste were done by sorting 1 m3 of garbage sample from new garbage entering landfill. Garbage is divided based on the source of DLHK waste, market waste, and private waste. The volume of waste that went to Suwung Landfill in 2016 calculated 1.296.438 m3 which was dominated by organic waste (78,1%). The density of the waste that went into Suwung Landfill, based on the research's results, amounted to 135,09 kg / m3, there fore could be assumed that the weight of waste that went to Suwung Landfill in 2016 was 175.135,81 tons. Based on these data, the number of 136.785,13 tons of waste, which was organic waste, could increase the concentration of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere if this situation does not manage properly. Gravimeter method is using for measures the dry matter content value of waste. From the measurement, the results obtained the waste components that have the highest dry matter content is from rubber and leather garbage (76,52%) while the lowest dry matter is food waste (19,13%). By using calculations based on IPCC 2006, it was found that the amount of methane emissions could be generated by the waste at the Suwung Landfill in 2016, amounted to 3.535,06 tons. Based on the energy equivalence table, the electrical power that is generated from the potential methane emissions at the Suwung Landfill is 6,66 MW. Keywords: waste composition, waste characteristics, methane emissions, ipcc2006, electrical power.
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p04
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)

    • Authors: Candra Saputra, I Wayan Arthana, I Gede Hendrawan
      Pages: 140 - 147
      Abstract: The aim of this research is to know the relationship between lemuru fish catch to Sea Surface Temperature (SST), El-Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) phenomenon in Bali Strait. The results showed, that in the period 2007 – 2016. fluctuations of catches lemuru tends to decline. Sea Surface Temperature (SST) distribution with the lowest temperature 25,28oC at 24,53oC - 27,16oC and the highest temperature is 29,31oC in the range of 28,730C – 30,490C. The lowest temperature occurred in July - September while the highest temperature occurred in January - April. Based on the calculation there is a linkage and relationship between catch and SST as shown on the value of determination and correlation reached 50,0% and 70,73%. Most of the catches occurred in the west season and then the transition II, transition I and East Season. The relationship of ENSO phenomenon to the catch during the El-Nino phase of lemuru catch will increase while in the phase of La-Nina the catch of lemuru will decrease, because time of El-Nino phase of the sea surface temperature (SST) relative low which results in the chlorophyll-a mean case which is a food sources of lemuru fish. Based on Trenberth's theory, (1997), the rise and fall of the ENSO Index of less than six months is not stated in ENSO. From the calculation results during the research of 2007 - 2016 happened three times ENSO phenomenon that is in 2009, 2010 and 2015. At the time of the IOD phenomenon, the IOD (+) phase will result in a decrease in catch while the normal IOD phase and (-) will increase the catch. From the results of this study can also be observed, in the year 2007 - 2011 phenomenon ENSO and IOD have a strong influence on the catch while in the year 2012 - 2016 the influence of the phenomenon of ENSO and IOD has no strong influence caused by the quantity of lemuru fish that have been over exploitation that resulted in the current Bali Strait on Over Fishing status.   Keywords : Fish Catch; El-Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO); Indian Ocean                    Dipole (IOD)
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p02
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)

    • Authors: Ni Luh Gede Sukerti, I Made Sudarma, I.B.G Pujaastawa
      Pages: 148 - 155
      Abstract: ABSTRACT          Waste problem is one of the environmental issues that have long been the world's attention and need to get serious handling so as not to cause harmful impacts. Community behavior is the most important variable in waste management and its success should be supported by a high level of public awareness. The factors that can affect the behavior of society, including internal factors and external factors. The purpose of this research is to know the behavior of society in waste management, to know the relation of internal factor and external factor in waste management in East Denpasar Subdistrict.        The design of this study included cross sectional with stratified random sampling. The sample in this research is housewife who lives and settles and has (KTP) East Denpasar, as many as 100 respondents. The data collected in this research are the respondent's characteristic, respondent's behavior, internal and external factors and the factors driving the participation in waste management. The data is obtained then analyzed using SEM-PLS data analysis with the help of Smart PLS software.        Based on the results of SEM-PLS analysis show that from nine behavioral indicators in managing the waste studied found the result that the behavior of sorting organic and inorganic waste has the highest value to the behavior of the community in managing waste. The internal factor variables indicate that people's knowledge has the highest value in managing waste from the four indicators studied, while external factor variables show that law enforcement has the highest value of three meticulous indicators on the behavior of the community in managing waste in East Denpasar Subdistrict.        The conclusion of this research shows that there is a relationship between the behavior of managing waste with internal and external factors. Community behavior in sorting organic and inorganic waste in the category of good because it is supported by knowledge and awareness of good society in managing waste and by obeying the rules in disposing garbage.   Keywords: Community behavior; Waste management;  
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p05
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)

    • Authors: Fina Elziana Sapary, I Nyoman Rai, I Nyoman Sunarta
      Pages: 156 - 165
      Abstract: Mokwam Area is one of the ecotourism objects in Warmare District, Manokwari Regency, West Papua Province. Whilst, it has a wide variety of endemic flora and fauna, ecotourism of Mokwam is also rich in herbs used by indigenous Mokwam known as Arfak tribe. The aim of this study were: 1) to identify the potential of ecotourism in Mokwam Area, 2) to better understanding constraints in ecotourism management supporting environmental preservation in Mokwam Area, and 3) to determine the ecotourism management strategies in favor of Mokwam environmental preservation. Data collection techniques of this research were observation, interview and documentation. The collected data was analysed by using qualitative descriptive and SWOT analysis. The SWOT is used to frame ecotourism management strategy by identifying internal and external factors. The results shows that the ecotourim potential of Mokwam area is a beautiful natural scenery, as well as biodiversity of flora and fauna. The potential attracted endemic faunas of Mokwam ecotourism is a variety of Birds of Paradise (Burung Cenderawasih) which are Cenderawasih Raja (Western Parotia), Cenderawasih Bela Rotan (Magnificent Bird of Paradise), Cenderawasih Ekor Panjang (Arfak Astrapia), Cenderawasih Buff-tailed sicklebill, Cenderawasih Long-tailed paradigala, Cenderawasih Black Sicklebill, as well as Namdurpolos Clever Bird (Vogelkop Bowerbird). Several considerable constraints in managing Mokwam ecotourism considering the environmental conservation is shifting cultivation method implementing by Arfak tribe. This method would potentially exterminate the forest as a habitat of the endemic flora and fauna if there is an increase in population, hot mix road access to Mokwam areas has still not been available and lack of cooperation between villages in Mokwam Area. The strategies based conservation concept in managing Mokwam ecotourism are promoting Mokwam potential ecotourim to the outside audiences; preserving the local wisdom of igya ser hanjob in order to protect the forests which are the habitat of endemic flora and fauna; improving road access to Mokwam Area; conducting comparative studies to similar tourism objects; establishing effective cooperation with other available tourism objects around Mokwam Area; empowering Arfak community about ecotourism management so that the community competitiveness   towards other ecotourism areas could potentially be realised.  Keywords: Ecotourism, biodiversity of flora and fauna, management strategy, local wisdom  
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p06
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)
  • Analisis Korelasi Perubahan Tutupan Vegetasi Terhadap Perubahan Suhu Udara
           di Kota Denpasar

      Pages: 166 - 172
      Abstract: The rate of growth and development of Denpasar city increases the demand for land to supply the needs of urban facilities and infrastructure. This affected to the increase of conversion of vegetation coverage into built-up land cover. The conversion of the vegetation coverage impacts on urban environmental quality which is increase the rate of air temperature.  The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of vegetation coverage change on the air temperature change in Denpasar city in year of 2003, 2009 and 2015.  Remote sensing and regression statistic method were used in this study.  The results showed that the decrease of vegetation coverage influenced the increase of air temperature in Denpasar city. Statistically, the correlation can be projected on the equation y = 31,295-0,078x, where x and y are vegetaton coverege and air temperature respectively.  This equation shows that decresing of 1% vegetation coverege will increase 0,078 oC of air temperature. The effort to conceder in responding to the temperature rise that occurred in Denpasar is increasing the number of green open space. Based on the classification value of vegetation coverage and air temperature of Denpasar City, there are three categories of priority areas for green open space development that is high, medium and low priority. The development of green open space in each priority area can be adjusted to the characteristics of land use.
      PubDate: 2017-11-30
      DOI: 10.24843/EJES.2017.v11.i02.p12
      Issue No: Vol. 11, No. 2 (2017)
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