Bekasi Watershed receives huge amount of wastewater, especially industrial wastewater. There is an increasing problem in the river yet many stakeholders and authorities tend to overlook it because Bekasi Watershed is not a priority watershed in Indonesia. There are emerging problems about illegal industrial discharge found in the river. Meanwhile, water from Bekasi Watershed is used by Local Water Supply Company (PDAM) as bulk water source and also commonly used by people that lives along the river. Each of these problems will lead to negative impacts, such as poor watershed water quality classification (highly contaminated), the lack of data availability of the watershed due to the overlooked status quo, and may eventually leads to the inability of Bekasi Watershed to fulfil its function in the future. Therefore, the objective of this study is to give local government recommendation to tackle these issues.
Water Environment in Indonesia: Conservation and Rehabilitation of Cileungsi River Basin in the aspect of Land Use Control in Bekasi Watershed
2017 – 2019
- Kurita Water and Environment Foundation (“KWEF”)
- Kementrian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan (KLHK)
- Dinas Lingkungan Hidup (DLH) Kota Bekasi
- Dinas Lingkungan Hidup (DLH) Kab. Bogor
- Rofiq Iqbal, Fakultas Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan, ITB
- Tjandra Setiadi, PSLH dan Fakultas Teknologi Industri, ITB
- Agus Jatnika Effendi, Fakultas Teknik Sipil dan Lingkungan, ITB
- Udin Hasanudin, UNILA, Lampung
- Budi Kurniawan, Kementrian Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan, KLHK.
Asisten yang terlibat:
- Dhimas Dwinandha (Alumni S1 TL ITB, NIM 15312005 dan asisten akademik KK RALC)
- Guntur Adisurya Ismail (Mahasiswa S2 TK ITB, NIM 23017051)
- Hana Fauziyyah Amini (Alumni S1 RIL dan Mahasiswa S2 PIAS NIM 25718008)
- Wika Maulany (Alumni S1 RIL NIM 15714018 dan asisten akademik KK RALC)
- Jane O. Gulo (Alumni S1 RIL NIM 157140187)
Kurita Water and Environment Foundation (“KWEF”), Tokyo, Jepang.
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