Desain Ipal Komunal Limbah Domestik Perumahan Sukolilo Dian Regency Dengan Teknologi Constructed Wetland

Prakoso, Dandy (2016) Desain Ipal Komunal Limbah Domestik Perumahan Sukolilo Dian Regency Dengan Teknologi Constructed Wetland. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember Surabaya.

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Abstract

Teknologi Constructed wetland merupakan sistem pengolahan terencana atau terkontrol yang didesain dan dibangun menggunakan proses alami yang melibatkan vegetasi, media, dan mikroorganisme untuk mengolah air limbah domestik. Teknologi constructed wetland cocok untuk diterapkan di perumahan, sehingga teknologi ini cocok menjadi alternatif pengolahan limbah domestik. Perumahan Sukolilo Dian Regency (SDR) merupakan salah satu perumahan yang belum memiliki IPAL untuk mengolah greywater. Sehingga teknologi ini bisa diterapkan di perumahan SDR untuk meningkatkan kualitas sanitasi lingkungan. Perencanaan sistem IPAL di Perumahan SDR mempertimbangkan aspek kuantitas dan kualitas air limbah domestik yang dihasilkan setiap harinya. Kualitas air limbah domestik menunjukkan nilai COD 320 mg/L;BOD 123 mg/L; dan TSS 60 mg/L, sedangkan kuantitas air limbah menunjukan 453 m3/hari. Kemudian dilakukan analisis perhitungan masing-masing unit IPAL yang akan direncanakan di perumahan SDR agar sesuai dengan kriteria baku mutu pergub jatim no. 72 tahun 2013. Sistem IPAL direncanakan terdiri dari unit bak ekualisasi, Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetland dengan tanaman cattail sp, dan kolam indikator. Hasil perencanaan menunjukkan efisiensi pengolahan seluruh sistem untuk COD, BOD, dan TSS masing-masing sebesar 86%, 80%, dan 46%, dengan efisiensi tersebut effluent limbah cair IPAL telah memenuhi baku mutu yang ditentukan. Biaya investasi seluruh sistem constructed wetland diperkirakan sebesar Rp 5.926.417.781. Perencanaan ini menghasilkan panduan untuk operasional dan perawatan IPAL =================================================================================================== Constructed Wetland is a controlled treatment system, designed and built by natural process which involved vegetation, media, and microorganisms for treating domestic wastewater. Constructed wetland is suitable to be applied in residential area, which make this technology become one of domestic wastewater treatment alternative. Sukolilo Dian Regency (SDR) residence have no wastewater treatment plant to treat their greywater. By applying this technology for this regency, the quality of environmental sanitation quality can be risen. Some aspects which considered in SDR residence constructed wetland planning system are the daily quantity and quality of domestic wastewater. The quality of domestic wastewater shows COD concentration 320 mg/L, BOD 123 mg/L, and TSS 60 mg/L. The daily quantity of wastewater is 453 m3/day. Standard regulation used for wastewater treatment planning is Peraturan Gubernur Jawa Timur no 72 Tahun 2013. This treatment system consist of equalization pond, subsurface flow constructed wetland with cattail sp, and indicator pond. The theoritical eficiency of all system for COD, BOD, and TSS are 86%, 80%, and 46%. The effluent from this wastewater treatment have met the requirement of the regulation standard. The total investment for all treatment system was estimated about Rp 5.926.417.781. The results of this planning are design of treatment system and its guidance for operational and maintenence

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSL 628.162 2 Pra d-1
Uncontrolled Keywords: contructed wetland, cattail sp , greywater, dan IPAL perumahan
Subjects: T Technology > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering > TD430 Water--Purification.
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Environment Engineering > 25201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: EKO BUDI RAHARJO
Date Deposited: 17 Apr 2020 01:24
Last Modified: 17 Apr 2020 01:24
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/75815

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