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Jurnal Teknik Lingkungan
Vol 3, No 4 (2014): Jurnal Teknik Lingkungan
ANALISIS PENENTUAN KUALITAS AIR DAN BEBAN PENCEMARAN UNTUK PARAMETER FECAL COLIFORM DI HULU SUNGAI PROGO KABUPATEN TEMANGGUNG
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Published date:
03 Nov 2014
 
Progo Hulu River has function for the well-being of humans and wildlife that live in the river. Human activities who utilizing  the river water and dispose waste to Progo Hulu River degrade the water quality. This study aims to analyze the water quality of the Progo Hulu River and calculate pollution load capacity for fecal coliform parameters. The study was conducted in 8 (eight) points along the main river in June 2014. Load capacity calculation methods Progo Hulu Rivercontamination calculate with software QUAL2E. Analysis of pollution load capacity using QUAL2E model which is the recommended method of its use in the Regulation of the Minister of Environment No. 01 Year 2010 on the Management of Water Pollution Control. Based on the simulation results showed that in all the Progo Hulu River pollution load (fecal coliform parameters) already exceed the water quality standard first class river. The results showed Progo Hulu still has the capacity to fecal coliform in the first segment on the quality of second, third and fourth class river water quality standards but has exceeded the water quality standard in the segment II and III. Progo Hulu River capacity for fecal coliform parameter is equal 2,86E + 11 number / day for second class river, 4,89E + 12 number / day for third and fourth class river in segment I.
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