Heavy Metals Concentrations in The Sediment in Rivers and Sea Along Estuary of Kenjeran River in Surabaya

Sumiyani, Ririn and Soediman, Soediatmoko and Moesriati, Atiek (2006) Heavy Metals Concentrations in The Sediment in Rivers and Sea Along Estuary of Kenjeran River in Surabaya. In: Proceeding International Conference on New Techniques in Pharmaceutical, Biomedical & Analytical Research. Jember University Press, Jember, pp. 91-94. ISBN 979-8176-47-2

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Concentration analysis of heavy metal (Cd, Cr, Cu, Hg and Pb) in the sediment in Tambakwedi, Jeblokan and Kenjeran rivers and sea along Kenjeran river Surabaya using Grab sampling have already done. Samples preparations conducted using Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure (TCLP). It was found that concentrations of Cadmium (Cd) in Tambakwedi, Jeblokan and Kenjeran rivers sediment are 0,710 ; 0,030 and 0,047 mg/L respectively; concentrations of Chromium (Cr) are 0,533 ; 0,165 and 0,264 mg/L respectively; Copper (Cu) concentrations are 1,144 ; 0,155 and 0,419 mg/L respectively; Mercury (Hg) concentrations are: 0,931 ; 0,699 and 0,822 mg/KL whereas Lead (Pb) concentrations are: 4,545 ; 3,477 and 4,141 mg/L in wet samples respectively. The research result for heavy metal concentrations in the sediment along estuary of Tambakwedi, Jeblokan and Kenjeran rivers (representatively of the sea) are: for Cd concentrations 0,008 ; 0,025 and 0,028 mg/L respectively; Cr concentrations are 0,319 ; 0,096 and 0,115 mg/L respectively; Cu concentrations are 0,004 ; 0,009 and 0,113 mg/L; Hg concentrations are 0,049 ; 0,415 and 0,507 mg/L and for Pb concentrations are: 0,288 ; 2,516 and 2,887 mg/L in wet samples respectively. Some of the value of heavy metal concentrations results lower than the requirement of TCLP Standard Value of Government Regulation No.85, 1999 which it’s concerning in Management of Dangerous and Poisonous Material, exept Hg concentration. Indeed, the standard concentrations value of Cd, Cr, Cu, Hg and Pb are1,0;5,0; 10,0; 0,2 and 5,0 mg/L. Mercury pollution probably happened because of the presence of plants industry along the Tambak Wedi, Jeblokan and Kenjeran river.

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kenjeran, sediment, heavy metals
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Pharmacy > Department of Pharmacy
Depositing User: Eko Setiawan 194014
Date Deposited: 24 Oct 2013 01:32
Last Modified: 24 Oct 2013 01:32
URI: http://repository.ubaya.ac.id/id/eprint/5802

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