The Identification of Microplastic Content in Waters at the Galuda Land Fills, Bogor Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia

Authors

  • Dadan Zulkifli Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Hendra Irawan Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Ratna Suharti
  • Meuthia Aula Jabbar Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Mugi Mulyono Aquatic Resources Management Technology of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries, Jl. AUP No. 1, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12520
  • Heri Triyono
  • Basuki Rachmad Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Ita Junita Puspa Dewi Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Mira Maulita Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • I Nyoman Suyasa Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Nunung Sabariyah Aquatic Resources Management Technology of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries, Jl. AUP No. 1, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12520
  • Awaludin Syamsuddin Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Mulyoto Aquatic Resources Management Technology of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries, Jl. AUP No. 1, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12520
  • Aditia Bramana Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Siti Mira Rahayu Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries
  • Priyanto Rahardjo Aquatic Resources Management Technology of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries, Jl. AUP No. 1, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12520
  • Acacia Zeny Araminta Mourniaty Aquatic Resources Management Technology of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries, Jl. AUP No. 1, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12520
  • Shantika Maylana Sastraprawira UF Sciences de la Terre et Environment, Université de Bordeaux, France. Plentzia Marine Station, University of the Basque Country, Spain. Institute of Tropical Biodiversity and Sustainable Development, University Malaysia Terengganu, Malaysia
  • Ilham Dwi Nurzaman Aquatic Resources Management Technology of Jakarta Technical University of Fisheries, Jl. AUP No. 1, Pasar Minggu, Jakarta, Indonesia, 12520

Keywords:

microplastic particle presence, microplastic particle distribution, waste management, final disposal site

Abstract

The objective of this research is to know of microplastic particles presence, ??microplastic particles distribution and waste management at the Galuga Land Fills, Bogor Regency, West Java, Indonesia. The method used is sampling method, survey, identification of field and Pearson chi-square analysis. The result this research showed that the abudance of microplastic types in all samples at Galuga Land Fills is dominated by filament types with a total of 52% (1203,445 particles), the distribution of microplastic types in water and sediment in the river flows at Galuga land fills is mostly located in the downstream with a percentage of 49% (490.65 particles), and the highest distribution of microplastics for the three Kampoeng was in Kampoeng Lalamping around 43% (639.44 particles). Waste management system applied in Galuga final disposal site is open dumping system.

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2022-01-22

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Zulkifli, D., Irawan, H., Suharti, R., Jabbar, M. A., Mugi Mulyono, Triyono, H., Rachmad, B., Dewi, I. J. P., Maulita, M., Suyasa, I. N., Nunung Sabariyah, Syamsuddin, A., Mulyoto, Bramana, A., Rahayu, S. M., Priyanto Rahardjo, Acacia Zeny Araminta Mourniaty, Shantika Maylana Sastraprawira, & Ilham Dwi Nurzaman. (2022). The Identification of Microplastic Content in Waters at the Galuda Land Fills, Bogor Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia. American Academic Scientific Research Journal for Engineering, Technology, and Sciences, 85(1), 249–264. Retrieved from https://www.asrjetsjournal.org/index.php/American_Scientific_Journal/article/view/7369

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