EcoNews 2021-09-30T16:03:36+00:00 Prof. Dr. Ir. Thamrin, M.Sc Open Journal Systems <p>EcoNews " advancing the world of Information and environment Adalah Berkala Ilmiah yang Memajukan Dunia Informasi ilmiah hasil penelitian dan tinjauan literatur di bidang lingkungan yang diterbitkan secara berkala dua kali setahun (Maret dan September) yang menggunakan gaya APA sebagai referensi. Edisi pertama cetak EcoNews dalam bentuk berita lingkungan pada tahun 2011 dan Edisi online EcoNews yang mempunya visi sebagai Berkala Ilmiah yang Memajukan Dunia Informasi pada tahun 2018 di bawah penerbit Program Pascasarjana Universitas Riau, EcoNews akan selalu Memajukan Dunia Informasi tentang artikel ilmiah Berfokus pada Kajian Ilmu Lingkungan dan Aspek-aspek Pengelolaan Lingkungan Hidup.</p> Penggunaan Koagulan Ganda dan Koagulan – Oksidator dalam Pengolahan Limbah Cair Industri Batik 2021-09-19T22:54:48+00:00 Dewi Hambar Sari <p><em>Batik wastewater contains various chemical compounds, such as dyes, synthetic compounds, heavy metals, and organic compounds that can harm the environment. Therefore, proper waste management is required. The use of alum as coagulant in textile wastewater treatment is commonly used, but it is not effective enough to remove wastewater colour and reduce COD. This study aims to modify alum-based batik wastewater treatment using (i)double coagulant by combining alum - FeSO<sub>4</sub>; and (ii)coagulant-oxidizing agent with combination of alum – chlorine. This experimental study consisted of two stages, the first experiment aimed to determine the optimum composition dose of alum – FeSO<sub>4</sub> and alum – chlorine in depositing waste pollutants, reducing the colour and pH of the effluent; the second experiment aims to determine the effect of alum - FeSO<sub>4</sub> and alum - chlorine at the optimum dose in reducing the COD. The results showed that alum–chlorine in various compositions reduced colour ten times and precipitated pollutants two times better than alum-FeSO<sub>4</sub>. The optimum concentration ratio of alum:chlorine is 1:1 (1.2 g/L alum : 1.2 g/L chlorine). This dose reduced the pH to 8; depositing 0.385 g pollutants; removed 99.57% wastewater colour; and decreased COD from 686.9 mg/L to 235.53 mg/L</em></p> 2021-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 EcoNews STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN PETERNAKAN SAPI POTONG BERBASIS AGRIBISNIS DENGAN POLA KEMITRAAN DI KOTA PEKANBARU 2021-09-26T14:50:52+00:00 Siti Bintal Amin Suwondo Suwondo <p><em>This study aims to formulate a management strategy for the development of agribusiness cattle with partnership pattern in Pekanbaru city. The research was conducted from February to March 2021. The research was conducted using a qualitative approach through survey methods and direct observation in the field. Primary data collection was carried out through observation, in-depth interviews with a structured questionnaire instrument, and data collection of river water environments in Rumbai and Tenayan Raya districts for BOD, COD, Total Koliform tests. Secondary data were obtained from related agencies in this study. The analysis used in this research is descriptive analysis method and SWOT analysis to determine the appropriate management strategy. The results of testing the BOD river water in Rumbai district are below the quality standard, then Tenayan Raya district is above the quality standard, which is 11 mg/L, COD in Rumbai district is still below the quality standard in Tenayan Raya district above the quality standard, which is 36 mg/L, total coliform in Rumbai district is above the quality standard, namely 24,000 jlh/100 ml in Tenayan Raya district below the quality standard. Then, for the results of the development of cattle farm SWOT Analysis, in a strong internal position and responds to existing opportunities to avoid threats. The strategy used by SO is Increasing productivity by utilizing available resources, expanding beef cattle development, Improving the quality of human resources for breeders.</em></p> 2021-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 EcoNews IMPLEMENTASI PROGRAM SANITASI TOTAL BERBASIS MASYARAKAT TERHADAP LINGKUNGAN YANG BERKELANJUTAN DI PEMUKIMAN PINGGIRAN SUNGAI 2021-09-19T23:01:51+00:00 Novita Rany <p>The Community-Led Total Sanitation Program is an approach to change sanitation hygiene behavior through triggering activities, which has not fully achieved the national target yet. Due to inadequate environmental sanitation, especially in suburban areas, health problems are increasing from year to year. This study aimed to analyze the implementation of Community-Led Total Sanitation Program on a sustainable environment in the suburban settlement. This was a qualitative study with an action research approach in three districts located in the suburb of Siak River. The participants of this study were residents who lived on the banks of the Siak river and the holders of the Environmental Health Program at the Public Health Center. Data were collected through direct observation and in-depth interviews regarding the Open Defecation Free (ODF) program, handwashing with soap, household food and beverage management, household waste management, and household liquid waste management. This study found that the community-led total sanitation program in the suburban of the three sub-districts of the city of Pekanbaru was not well implemented yet, especially in the ecological aspects of the Open Defecation Free (ODF) program, waste management, and liquid waste management program. Economically, the implementation of the program by non-governmental organizations had not been supported. Socially, health workers and community leaders had provided education related to environmental sanitation and obtained a level of interpretation above 70%. Therefore, the sub-districts and health public centers are recommended to keep educating both the community and the provincial health office in terms of allocating budgetary assistance for communities who live in the suburbs of Siak River.</p> 2021-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 EcoNews Strategi Pengendalian Pencemaran Sungai Batang Lubuh di Kecamatan Rambah Kabupaten Rokan Hulu 2021-09-19T23:04:14+00:00 Lydia Anna Oliza Rifardi Rifardi Zulkifli Zulkifli <p>Batang Lubuh River is a river which is located in Rokan Hulu Regency. With approximately 151.9 Km (94.4 miles) in length, the river divides the capital of Rokan Hulu Regency Pasir Pengaraian into two parts. Because of the strategic location of the river, which is situated in the downtown, the government utilizes it as a waterfront city that attracts tourists with the local cuisines. The water from the Batang Lubuh River is the main raw material for clean water treatment which is managed by the government of Rokan Hulu Regency and distributed to Rambah sub-district. The purposes of this research were: to find out the water quality of the Batang Lubuh River; to determine the pollutant load of the Batang Lubuh River, which comes from its watercourses, namely, Menaming, Pawan, and Kaiti; to find out the load capacity of the Batang Lubuh River. The results of this research showed that the pollution index of the Batang Lubuh River is 2.38 which means that the river is lightly polluted. The pollution load that flow into the Batang Lubuh River for TSS, BOD<sub>5</sub>, total coliform, and oil and grease are 0,1350 mg/second; 0,0461 mg/second; 11,601 MPN/second and 0,0291 mg/second respectively, whereas the load capacity for TSS, BOD<sub>5</sub>, total coliform, and oil and grease in the Batang Lubuh River are 0,0412 mg/second; 0,0353 mg/second; 633,0638 MPN/second and 0,0743 mg/second respectively. Based on the findings, it can be stated that the Batang Lubuh River is not capable of purifying itself from the pollutant load such as TSS, BOD<sub>5</sub>, and oil and grease because the amount of pollutant load found in the river is bigger than the load capacity. However, the amount of total coliform found in the Batang Lubuh River is bigger than the pollutant load which means that the river still has the capability to recover itself from the pollutant load that flow into it. Based on the results of the model analysis using analytical hierarchy process (AHP), the alternatives found are as follows: 0.313 for supervision and monitoring, 0.288 for counseling/socialization, 0.203&nbsp; for &nbsp;stakeholder coordination and 0.195&nbsp;for law enforcement with the inconsistency value of 0.03.</p> 2021-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 EcoNews PENGARUH AIR BERSIH DAN STATUS EKONOMI TERHADAP KEJADIAN STUNTING DI WILAYAH KERJA PUSKESMAS TAPUNG HILIR II 2021-09-26T14:49:09+00:00 Riski Novera Yenita Masyitha Ramadhani Evy Saputri <p><em>Infant and toddler mortality rates due to diseases that can be prevented by immunization still show quite high rates. Basic immunization serves to protect and reduce the risk of morbidity and mortality from diseases that can be prevented by immunization. The purpose of this study was to determine the factors that influence mothers in providing routine routine immunizations in the work area of ​​Inuman Health Center. This type of research is observational analytic with the "cross sectional" approach. The population in this study is mothers who have under two years (under two years) with a sample of 176 people with a sampling technique is purposive sampling. Data were analyzed by Univariate and Bivariate with Chi Square Test. Statistical test results found that there is a significant relationship between knowledge factors (p value: 0,000 &lt;α 0.05), education (p value: 0.018 &lt;α 0.05), employment (p value: 0,000 &lt;α 0.05), attitude (p value: 0,000 &lt;α 0.05), income (p value: 0,000 &lt;α 0.05), family support (p value: 0,000 &lt;α 0.05) and affordability to the posyandu service center (p value: 0,000 &lt; α 0.05) towards the provision of complete routine immunizations in the Inuman Community Health Center Work Area. It is recommended that the results of this study be considered by Inuman Health Center to conduct health promotion in the form of education about the importance of immunization for mothers who have babies and their families.</em></p> 2021-09-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 EcoNews