Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Author : Anugerah, Mohammad


Microplastic Levels in Sediments and Shellfish at Fish Auction (Beba) in North Galesong, Takalar Regency, Indonesia

Hidayat .; La Taha; Haderiah .; Inayah .; Rasman .; Mohammad Anugerah

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 2403-2414

Coastal waters are one of the places that are susceptible to pollution, because these waters are
the place where rivers disembogue and pollutants carried by river flows being deposited. Shellfish is a marine biota that settle permanently and associates in coastal areas thus it can accumulate substances contained in sediments or waters including microplastics. To
determine the microplastic content in sediments at the coastal areas of North Galesong around the auction (Beba). To find out microplastic level of abundance in shellfish at the coastal area of North Galesong around the auction (Beba). The results of this study can be a solution for
these areas to avoid pollution in coastal areas. The output of this research will be held in the
coastal auction area (Beba), Takalar Regency and will be published in the form of journals
and IPR. It is recommended that local government of Takalar Regency carry out a public health education program to broaden people's knowledge about the dangers of microplastics that have contaminated marine products and Badan Pengendalian Dampak Lingkungan (Environmental Impact Management Agency) to be more intensive in periodically monitoring the quality of coastal areas and monitoring of waste and plastic waste pollution from Fish Auction (Beba) in North Galesong, Takalar Regency.

Analysis of the Effectiveness of a Floating Septic Tank with BOD, TSS, pH, Temperature, and MPN Coli as parameters from Black Water Waste in Kodingareng Island, Makassar City

Mohammad Anugerah; Agus Bintara Birawida; Syamsuddin Toaha; Hidayat .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1912-1919

One of the important aspects of the environment is sanitation. Sanitation is human effort to create a safe and comfortable environment. Processing of liquid waste through a floating septic tank is a form of environmental sanitation. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of floating septic tanks in Kodingareng Island, Makassar City, in terms of parameters of BOD, TSS, pH, temperature and MPN Coli.This research is experimental. This research begins by reviewing related literature, environmental survey, preliminary study, making a model of floating system waste management and checking the results of the effluent. This floating septic tank is expected to be the right sanitation facility to be used by people on the coast and islands. After 45 days of septic tank installation and 3 effluent sampling with a span of 2 days at the same effluent point, the research shows several results. Measurement of BOD and TSS and MPN Coli levels in the effluent of waste treatment, with a septic tank, showed results above the quality standard of the Minister of Environment and Forestry Regulation No. 68 of 2016 concerning domestic waste requirements. The decrease in BOD levels from the first test sample to the third test sample was 40.9% (580 mg / l, 483.24 mg / l, 342.3 mg / l). At TSS levels, the decrease from the first to second test samples was 22.7% (180 mg / l, 139 mg / l, 207 mg / l), while the temperature and pH were still in accordance with the quality standard. For MPN Coli parameter is still far above the quality standard. The result of parameter test is an extrapolation or estimation model. This method can show the estimation model of the residence time of wastewater in the treatment system so as to achieve the estimated time of effluent according to quality standards.