CIKAPUNDUNG RIVER POLLUTION LEVEL

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Tati Ruhmawati
Agus Somad Saputra
Asep Fitri Hilman
Christine Pusch

Abstract

Background: Rivers are very important ecosystems for humans, various human activities from industrial activities, households, and agriculture will produce waste water which contributes to the decline in river water quality. Determination of river ecological status is needed in the context of efforts to prevent and control river pollution, so that river water quality is maintained in accordance with its designation. The aim of the study was to determine the ecological status of the Cikapundung River and the factors that influenced it.


Method: The type of research is descriptive research with a survey approach. The population is all Cikapundung River water that crosses the residential neighborhood of Tamansari Village by taking sampling technique. Data collection techniques by measuring parameters are indicators of the assessment of the ecological status of the river. The collected data is processed and analyzed univariately.


Result: The results obtained an average water temperature of 23,330C, the river water was turbid and smelly, conductivity 333.5 μmhos/cm, suspended solids 91.9 mg/l, DO 3.17 mg/l, pH 7.55 and macrozoobenthos diversity 0.746.


Conclusion: The assessment score shows that the Cikapundung River is in moderately polluted conditions.

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