ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH MANAGEMENT OF CEMENT INDUSTRY

Muslikha Nourma Rhomadhoni, Friska ayu, Rizka Novembrianto

Abstract


Increased development in Indonesia in line with the needs of raw materials for the construction of a
building. Operational cement industry is done to meet the need for building materials such as cement.
This will be directly proportional to the waste produced by the cement company. This study aims to
examine the environmental management aspects of the Cement Company.
Method: This study uses qualitative research that is an analytic survey
Result: Potential impacts that arise in the cement industry are: wastewater, noise, and dust. Sources of
waste water When the operation comes from the MCK employees. The quality of the waste water
showed that the BOD content of 14 mg / L and COD was 35 mg / L. These results on the parameters
of BOD and COD have met the quality standards of East Java Governor Decree no. 12 of 2013.
Garbage generated is generally waste result of office activity and cement packing of cement damaged
or returned by consumer. For B3 waste or B3 waste, cement indsutry has made storage or TPS B3, and
in the process of obtaining Permit for temporary storage of B3 Waste. Operational air pollution
management uses a bag filter controller that serves as a cement dust prevention so as not to fly
anywhere. In addition, there is also a Dust Collector as a dust collector assisted blower in suctioning
dust on each production machine that has the potential to produce cement dust. the noise levels
occurring at some point do not meet the Permenaker's quality standard. 13 / Menaker / X / 2011. Noise
comes from the activities of production machines and packing machines.
Conclusion: Waste management cement industry results is: Management and monitoring of
wastewater and clean water has meets environmental quality standards, Solid Waste Management and
Monitoring differentiated between organic and inorganic waste, Air Pollution Management and
Monitoring : Results The ambient air quality in second semester (operational activities) is better than
the ambient air quality in first semester (construction activity). The results of ambient air quality in
first semester and second semester are still below the quality standard. Chimney emission quality
results under environmental quality standards. Noise Management and Monitoring still exceeds the
quality standard so that it is necessary to increase noise management effort arising from cement
industry operational activities
Keywords: environmental health, management, cement industry.

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