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Volume 195, 2018The 4th International Conference on Rehabilitation and Maintenance in Civil Engineering (ICRMCE 2018)
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|Published online||22 August 2018|
Analysis of the distribution of domestic wastewater in the Brantas river area of Malang city
Student of Doctoral Program of Agricultural Sience, Brawijaya University Malang, Indonesia.
2 Lecturers at Doctoral Program of Agricultural Sience, Brawijaya University, Malang, Indonesia.
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
The degradation of water quality has become a major problem today. In Indonesia, the decline in water quality is caused by domestic wastewater which is a non-point source. In an effort to reduce the occurrence of environmental degradation due to domestic wastewater, it is necessary to give an idea and convince the public and the relevant parties of the importance of domestic wastewater management. Efforts are made by informing the pattern of distribution of domestic wastewater in a region and the impact of its distribution for its control and management. The research method uses a momentary sampling technique in accordance with SNI 6989.59:2008. The location of the water sampling is determined purposively. Sampling was conducted in two periods; the dry season in September and the rainy season in January. The observed parameters included BOD5 and E.coli. Determination of the distribution of domestic wastewater uses GIS. The distribution of domestic wastewater is determined based on pollution levels expressed as IP. The results show that pollution levels in Sawojajar and Sumbersari were lightly polluted with average IPs of 4.09 and 4.02 (dry season). While Kedungkandang is in the good category, IP = 0.32 (dry season).
Key words: domestic wastewater / distribution / quality
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