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Mercury Pollution in The Aquatic System Near of Urban Artisanal Gold Mining (UAGM) Activity in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

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Abstract— The Urban Artisanal Gold Mining (UAGM) in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, has been run by a number of goldsmiths with gold jewelry manufacture as its core activity. The urban artisanal gold mining process has been existing and also using mercury in the process of gold production. The amalgamation, smelting, and refining are the processes in which Hg may release into the environment. This research aimed to assess Hg environmental pollution in the Tello river near the UAGM area. In UAGM workers use drainage or canal to discharge waste from their tailing reservoirs or some of them directly discharge to drainage. The results showed that the Hg concentration in the drainage sediment was found very high in the spot C3 and C7, reaching 627 and 79 µg/g, respectively. On the other drainage spots, mercury concentration average 16 µg/g (0–30.5 µg/g). On the other hand, the canal sediments in the inside UAGM site showed an elevated concentration of heavy metals due to contaminant enrichment. This is because the discharged wastes taken from the goldsmith’s area were already contaminated by heavy metals. This was because burning goldsmith’s wastes were commonly conducted in an open space using kerosene, gasoline, or firewood as a fuel. The aquatic system such as rivers, fishponds, and beaches have been polluted by heavy metals. This is due to heavy metals in the tailing of UAGM flow and contaminates the river and fishpond around it. Keywords— Concentrations heavy metals pollution; Sediments; Tallo River; UAGM
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4. Opening Remarks:
- Chairperson of International Conference - Dr. Ir. Lamatinulu, ST., MT., IPM., AER
- Officially open the International Conference - Rector of Unive rsitas Muslim Indonesia
6. Keynote Speech
- University Savo ie Mont Blanc, France - Prof. Herve Boileau
- Kyushu Univer sity, Japan - Assoc. Prof. Gerard B. Remijn
- Universiti Sainss Malaysia - Major Ts. Dr. Mohd Hazizan Bin Mohd Hashim
- Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Thailand - Dr. Worajit Settaphun
- Universitas Muslim Indonesia - Ir. Hj. Setyawati Yani, ST., MT., Ph.D., IPM., AER
09.45 - 10.30
Coffee Break
10.30-11.00
Preparation for Parallel Session Presentation
1st Session Parallel Presentation
Room
Jasper
Saphire
Emerald
Session Chair
Dr.Eng. Irma Nur
Dr. Wiratni
Dr. Muthia Elma
Afiah
Budhijanto
PIC
M. Ikhwan Nur Safutra
Muh. Arman
Rafdi Abd. Majid
Analysis of The Effect of
Potential of Alkaloids
Work Activities and Lift
Compound of
ZSM- 5 zeolite fro
m
Loads on
Mangrove Perepat
siliceous palm oil battom
Musculoskeletal
(Sonneratia Alba) Root
ash under hydroter
mal
Weakness in Factory
Ethanol Fraction as A
condition with varing
11.00-11.07
Workers (Study Case,
Natural Antibiotics
aging time
CV. Harapan Makmur)
Source
(Madyawati Latief,
(Lenny Marlinda, Hari
Wiki
(Sri Rahayu, Muhammad
Muhaimin, Hilda
Utama, Wahyudi Zah
ar,
Dahlan, Ahmad Padhil)
Amanda, Indra Lasmana
Edwin Permana, Rahmi,
Nur
Tarigan)
Wahyu Wulandari
)
Analysis of the
Treatment of Leaf
Extract of Crown
Flower Plant
(Calotropis gigantea)
on the Mortality of
Aedes aegypti Larvae
(A. Rizki Amelia A,
Haeruddin, Rizky
Ramadhanty)
xiv
1st Session Parallel Presentation
11.07-11.14
Strategy for
Development of Banana
Chips in Bungku Utara
District
(Chaerul Fahmi Yusuf, Nur
Mawati Mambuhu)
Effect of Backwashing
on Performance of
Interlayer-free Silica
Pectin Membrane for
Wetland Saline Water
(Muthia Elma, Aulia
Rahma, Sintong Leonardo
Situngkir, Muh. Farid
Hidayat)
Copyrolysis of Rice
Husk and Plastic Bags
Wa ste from Low
Density Polyethylene
(LDPE) for Improving
Pyrolysis Liquid Product
(Hesti Wijayanti, Chairul
Irawan, Yuli Ristianingsih)
Impact of Health
Education Media in
Era Industrialization
of Care for Eat
Patterns of Pregnant
Women High Risk
(Tutik Agustini,
Yusriani)
11.14-11.21
11.21-11.28
Study Illuminaton Levels
Kinetics Study of
Glycerol Degradation
In Public Transportation
Reaction From
of City Makassar Value
Biodiesel Waste Using
of Ergonomic
Sonication Method
(Ahmad Hanafie, Andi
(Isran Asnawi, Rismawati
Haslindah, Hammada
Rasyid, Dirgahayu
Abbas, Suradi)
Lantara, Ruslan Kalla)
Tracking Masela Block:
The Use of Papaya
The Perspective and
Seeds as a Natural
Roles of Local IE and
Coagulant in Water
Government could Play
Treatment fromTello
With
River
(Setyo Erna Widiyanti,
(Sitnah Aisyah Marasabessy)
Eko Wardana Saputra,
Nur Insani, Pabbenteng)
Response Surfacee
Methodology for
Optimization Produc tion
Biodiesel from Coco nut
Oil by Microwave- As
sisted Transesterification
us ing a low concentration
N aOH Catalyst
(Mahfud Mahfud, Lailatul
Qadriyah, Zakir Saba ra,
Andi Suryanto)
Antibacterial Activity of
Honey and Lime Fr uit
(Citrus aurantifolia
(Christm.) Swingle) P
eeling Waste Extract
Against Escherichia coli an
d Staphylococcus aure us.
(La Ode Sumarlin, Feebri
Laili Sa'adah, Nani
Radiastuti)
The Role of Health
Workers in
Implementing of
Childbirth Planning
and Complication
Prevention Program
(Muhammad Khidri
Alwi, Yusriani)
Impact of Using
Gadgets on
Subjective
Complaints on Eye
Health Disorders in
Adolescents
(Yusriani)
Optimization Of Strong
Thermal cracking of
Potential Tracking
of
Variation As A
Polyethylene
Cytotoxic Activities
of
Increasing Attraction
terephthalate and Low-
Mangrove Perepat
e
Power Of Combination
Density Polyethylene
(Sonneratia alba) R
oot
Of Welding Materials
plastic waste mixtures
Extract As An Antica
ncer
11.28-11.35
Welding Model
at low temperature
Candidate
(Lenny Marlinda,
(Madyawati Latief, Nelson,
(Saripuddin M, Ahmad
Hilda Amanda, Ind
ra
Heriyanti, Sutrisno,
Hanafie, Hammad Abbas)
Lasmana Tarigan, Siti
Rahmi, Rahman Yuzhar)
Aisyah)
xv
1st Session Parallel Presentation
Optimim Staying-Time in
Comparing Silica and
Enhancement
Zeolite Sand as Filter
Wastewater Treatment
Performances of
Media by
System With
Ultrafiltration Polysulfon
Neutralization,
Combination of
Membrane (Uf-Psf) for
Coagulation and
Eichornia Crassipes,
Organic Matter Removal
Vertical Sand Filtration
Zeolite and Betel Leaf
by Coagulation-
for Treating of
11.35-11.42
Extract
Adsorption in Peat W ater
Wetland Saline Water
(Muthia Elma, Muh.
(Amalia Enggar Prati wi,
Zainuddin, Eris
Muthia Elma, Aulia R ahma,
Munandar, Sintong
(Andi Haslinah, Andrie)
Erdina L.A. Rampu n,
Leonardo Situngkir, Muh.
Mahmud, Chairul Ab di,
Farid Hidayat, Dhiyaur
Raisa Rosadi)
Rahmah, Nur Baity)
Factors Related to
Human Reliability
Case Study: Workers
in Units BTG Boiler,
Turbin, Generator)
PT. Semen Tonasa
Biringkassi Port
Pangkep District
2019
(Nurbaeti, Yuliati,
Alfina Baharuddin,
Putri Indah M)
Analysis of
11.42-11.49
Catalytic Cracking
Design of Driving
Crude Biodiesel from
Precautions Information
Used Cooking Oil with
Tool Using Ultrasonic
Catalyst
Sensors
Cr2O3/Zeolite
Synthesize Fe3O4-TiO2
composite for met hyl
orange photocatalytic
degradation
Mycroplastic
Contamination on
Green Shellfish
(Perna Viridis) on
the Tallo River in
Makassar City in
2019
11.49-11.56
11.56-12.03
(I Saraswati, R
Wiryadinata, A Setyana)
Product Development
Analysis Of Dragon
Fruit Praline Chocolate
By Using Quality
Function Deployment
(QFD) Method
(Andi Halindah, Andi
Haslinah, Alfira
Mutmainnah, Ilfa Zahrani
Jail)
Analysis of the Effect of
OSHMS Implementation
on Employee
Productivity with Partial
Least Squares (PLS)
Method at PT Pelindo
IV Makassar Container
Terminal
(Isalmi Aziz, Nanda
Saridewi, Fitri Febriyani,
Lisa Adhani)
Characterization of
Zeolites from
Tasikmalaya and Its
Application for
Ammonium removal
(Teguh Kurniawan,
Nuryoto)
Noodle Wastewater
Treatment Using
Simple Liming,
Coagulation and
Filtration Processes
(Indar Kustiningsih,
Fajariswan Nurrahman, Desi
Permatasari, Denni Ka rtika
Sari, Jayanuddin)
Esterification of glycerol
with acetic acid intto
bioadditive triacetin with
Fe2O3/activated carbon
catalyst
(Zahrul Mufrodi, Shi nta
Amelia)
The Acacia bark extra ct as
a corrosion green inhibitor
for the prevention of dry
corrosion in stee l
(Nurfardiansyah Bur,
Abdul Gafur, Alfina
Baharuddin)
Perceived External
Prestige: Meta-
perception of Nurses
and Customers’s
Opinion in Hospital,
Makassar City
(Nurmiati Muchlis,
Fendy Suhariadi,
Nyoman Anita
Damayanti, Ah. Yusuf,
A. Rizki Amelia)
Social
Harmonization and
Law Awareness of
Society to Overcome
Intergroup Conflict
in Makassar City
xvi
1st Session Parallel Presentation
(Anna Sumardi, Muthia
Elma, Aulia Rahma,
(Irma Nur Afiah, Taufik
Sintong Leonardo
(Diah Riski Gusti, Intan
Nur, Ririn Ayu Lestari)
Situngkir, Muh. Farid
Lestari, Faizar Farid)
Hidayat, Muh. Zainuddin,
Eris Munandar)
12.03 - 13.30
Lunch Break
2nd Session Parallel Presentation
Room
Jasper
Saphire
Emerald
Session Chair
Dr. Lamatinulu
Dr. Lenny Marlinda
Dr. Anwaruddin Hi
syam
PIC
M. Ikhwan Nur Safutra
Muh. Arman
Rafdi Abd. Majid
Analysis of The Cause of
Production Process
Failure in Dg. Sija Coffee
Processing Industry
Using FMEA and FTA
13.30-13.37
Methods
(Putri Adytia Cahyani,
Abdul Mail, Nurhayati
Rauf, Ahmad Padhil)
Comparison Between
Strong and Weak Acid
As An Acid Catalyst
in Fabricating Silica
Membranes for Water
Desalination
(Sazila Karina Rahman,
Anna Sumardi, Adhe
Paramita, Erdina Lulu
Atika Rampun, Aulia
Rahma, Muthia Elma)
Paving Block from L
DPE Plastic and Pyrolys
is Residue
(Heriyanti, Lenny Marlinda,
Sutrisno, Malhatul Ulfa)
Importance-
Performance Analysis
of Academic Services
for Public Health
Students
(Mansur Sididi,
Nurmiati Muchlis, A.
Surahman Batara)
13.37-13.44
Analysis of Working
Posture Using Manual
Task Risk Assesment
(Mantra) Method in Tofu
Production Process in
Baji
Interlayer-free Glucose
Carbonised Template
Silica Membranes
Fabricated at Low
Calcination
Temperature via Rapid
Thermal Processing
(RTP) Technique
(Maimunawaro, Muthia
Development of a
Diffusion-based
Mathematical Model for
the Prediction of Gold
Electrowinning
Performance
Comparasion
Analysis of Organic
Rice Farming and
Conventional Rice
Farming
(Muhammad Dahlan, Andi
Pawennari, Irma Nur
Afiah, Agfina Wardhani)
Elma, Sazila Karina
Rahman, Aulia
Rahma, Erdina Lulu
Atika Rampun,
Mufidah Nur Amalia)
(Mustaf Mohamed, Shu
keri
Ismail, Imam Santosa,
Anwaruddin Hisyam
)
xvii
2nd Session Parallel Presentation
Analysis of Manual
Determination Percentage
Analysis of The Eye
Material Handling Using
Fatigue Subjective
Effectiveness of Nano-
Of Inhibition Chitin
Niosh Lifting Equation
Complaints on
chitosan Dispersion in
Deasetylase Enzymee In
Method in Indonesia
Airnav Air Traffic
Ice Blocks for Fresh
Optical Biosensor
Bureau of Logistics
Controller Workers
13.44-13.51
Fish Preservation
Using Chitosan Mem brane
(BULOG) Warehouse
Branch Perum
Modification
Makassar
LPPNPI Makassar
(Rahmaniah Malik,
(Wiratni Budhijanto,
(Suharni A. Fachrin,
Nurhayati Rauf, Irma Nur
Yohannes Susanto, Prihati
(Hamsina, Andi Abri ana)
Alfina Baharuddin,
Afiah, Indriyati)
Sih Nugraheni)
Rahmaniati)
Analysis of Lightweight
Effect of n-Hexane as
Bata Production Capacity
Co-solvent on In situ
Using Simulation
Transesterification
Method of System
from Spirulina platensis
Dynamics in Maccon
using Microwave
Company Makassar
13.51-13.58
(Ummu Kalsum,
(Riska Iva Riana, Abdul
Mahmuddin Mahmuddin,
Mail, Muhammad Nusran)
Ahmad Roesyadi, Mahfud
Mahfud)
Analysis of Production
The effect of catalyst
Capacity Planning to
concentration and
Meet The Consumer
reaction time on
Request Using The
biodiesel production
Rough Cut Capacity
from palm oil using a
Planning (RCCP) in PT.
13.58-14.05
catalyst Mg(OH)2 / γ-
Maccon Generasi
Mandiri Makassar
Al2O3
(Suraidah, Lamatinulu,
(Winda Novia, Ikbal
Jafar, Rahmaniah Malik,
Muhammad Yakub, Ahmad
Anshariah, Rismawati
Padhil)
Rasyid)
Upgrading of Tantal
um
and Niobium Oxides
from
Bangka Tin Slag wiith
Sodium Hydroxide
Followed by Nitrate
and
Phosphate Acid
S.
(Rafdi Abdul Majid,
hel,
Permana, Debby Rac
ngsih,
Wahyu Kartika, Darne
afiah
Munira Munira, Must
Mustafiah)
Design of Juleha
The Application of Liquid
Knife Product and
Pyrolysis of Coconut
Models of System
Shells on the Preserv ation
Dynamics Halal
of Mackerel Fish
Chicken Product in
Makassar City
(Andi Aladin, Setyaw ati
Yani, Takdir Syarif, B asri
(Muhammad Nusran)
Modding, Lastri Wiya ni)
xviii
14.05-14.12
14.12-14.19
14.19-14.26
2nd Session Parallel Presentation
Production Scheduling
with Comparison
Application of The
Methods of Campbell
Review on Solvent
Dudek Smith, Heuristic
Extraction Of Bitumen
Making Solid Fertiliz
er by
Pour and Palmer to
From Asbuton As Raw
Aerobic Process
Minimize Makespan
Material for Non-
Time (Case Study PT.
Conventional Oil
JAPFA COM Feed
Indonesia Tbk Unit
Makassar)
(Siti Ruqaiyah, Takdir
(Hermin Hardyanti
(N Nurjanah, La Ifa,
Umar, Syahnur Said,
Alisyahbana, Ahmad
Lukmanul Afdatullah,
Dwi
Zakir Sabara, Setyawati
Padhil, Lamatinulu)
Nurhudaeni Abdullah)
Yani)
Box-Behnken Design
for Optimization of
The Effect of Grain Size
Microwave-Assisted
Analysis of Liquid Sm oke
Transesterification
in
on The Compressive
from Biomass Wast e of
the Production of
Strength of Canary Shell
Palm Kernels and Co conut
Methyl Ester from
Bio-Briquette
Shell Using GC-M S
Coconut Oil using
CaO heterogeneous
catalyst
(Nur Asmiani, Sri Widodo,
(Andi Suryanto,
(Mustafiah Mustafiah, Rafdi
Bayu Sanjaya, Alfian
Ardiansyah, Surapto
Abdul Majid, Darnen gsih,
Nawir, Nurliah Jafar, Alam
Suprapto, Mahfud
Munira Munira)
Budiman Thamsi)
Mahfud)
Utilization of
Distribution of Arsen
(As)
Determination of Nickel
as Soil Pollutant Around
Microwave in Atsiri Oil
(Ni) Content Based on
Antang Landfills Makassar
Extraction from The
Thermal Analysis
City, South Sulawe
si
Cananga Flower
Province, Indonesia
(Zulkifli Rumba A. Singku,
Emi Prasetyawati Umar, Tri
(Zakir Sabara, Muh.
Andrayani HS. Kandora,
Azis Albar J, Andi
(Andi Artiningsih, S
ri
Uswatul Khaerah,
Syarifuddin, Andi
Widodo, Alfian Naw
ir,
Jamaluddin, Habibie
Pawennari, Andi
Nurliah Jafar, Harw
an)
Anwar, Nurliah Jafar,
Suryanto)
Firman Nullah Yusuf)
Study of Campus-
Based Trip
Generation Model
(Case Study:
Muhammadiyah
University of
Makassar)
(Lambang Basri Said,
Hamdan Kadir)
Mercury Pollution in
The Aquatic System
Near of Urban
Artisanal Gold
Mining (UAGM)
Activity in Makassar,
South Sulawesi,
Indonesia
(Hasriwiani Habo
Abbas, Masyuki
Sakakibara,
Lukmanul Hakim
Arma, Suharni Andi
Fachrin, Abdul Gafur)
MSVR (Mining
Simulator Virtual
Reality) Mining
Activity Simulation
Application Using
Virtual Reality
Technology
(Giswa Ade Nugraha
K, Emi Prasetyawati
Umar, Anshariah,
Zakir Sabara)
xix
2nd Session Parallel Presentation
14.26-14.33
14.33-14.40
14.40-14.47
Organic Geochemistry of
Outcrop Samples and
Doda Oil Seep Collected
from Lariang and
Karama areas, West
Sulawesi, Indonesia
(Rakhmat Fakhruddin,
Taufik Ramli, Dzul Fadli,
Agus Ardianto Budiman)
Characteristics of
Virgin Coconut Oil
Emulsion at Room
Temperature Storage
(Lastri Wiyani, Andi
Aladin, Setyawati
Yani, Rahmawati,
Mustafiah Mustafiah)
Optimization of
Microwave Assiste d
Transesterification Innsitu
for Biodiesel Production
from Microalgae using
Box-Behnken Desig
(Ummu Kalsum, Viqhie
Aswi, Lailatul Qadriy ah,
Mahfud Mahfud)
Map of Landslide
Disaster Area As A
Disaster
Management Effort
In Masamba Sub-
District, Indonesia
(Alam Budiman
Thamsi, Arif
Nurwaskito, Nur
Asmiani, Alfian
Nawir)
Effects of
Multimedia Video
Learning (MVL) on
Male Sex Male
(MSM) knowledge on
Sexually Transmitted
Infections (SMTs) in
Bulukumba Regency
(Sukirawati, Sri
Salmawati, Intan Deasy
Aghmaitry, Andi
Asrina, Fairus Prihatin
Idris)
The effect of video
toward Gay,
Shemale, and Man
who have sex with
men (MSM)
knowledge in effort
to prevent sexually
transmitted
infections in
Makassar
(Mirna, Sri Nurjian,
Andi Asrina, Arman)
14.47-16.00
Networking & Coffee Break
16.00-19.00
Free Time
19.00-22.00
Gala Dinner @ 2nd Floor MYKO Poolside
Day 2nd: Friday, August 23rd 2019
07.30 - 12.00
City Tour
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PREFACE
Assalaamu ‘alaikum Wr. Wb.
The 2nd International Conference on Industrial Technology for Sustainabl e Development (2nd
Icon-ITSD) is the second conference series hosted by the Faculty of In dustrial Technology
Universitas Muslim Indonesia (FTI-UMI) and is held in Myko Hotel and Convention Center,
Makassar Indonesia on August 22-23, 2019.
The 2nd ICon-ITSD is the plac e for academia, industries, and government rep resentative to
share and discuss various issues in the sustainable development of industrial technology,
including engineering, environmental, so cio-cultural, economic growth, policies, and related
topics. This conference involves 5 keynote speakers from France, Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, and
Indonesia. The participants are from researchers, practitioners, government officers, and
students from some countries.
FTI-UMI and 2nd ICon -ITS D 2019 committee are thanking prominent keynote speakers,
namely; Professor Herve Boileau (Universite Savoie Mont Blanc, France), A/Prof. Gerard B
Remijn (Kyushu University, Japan), Dr. Worajit Setthapun (Chiang Mai R ajabhat University,
Thailand), Major Ts. Dr. Mohd Hazizan bin Mohf Hashim (Universiti Sain s Malaysia, Maaysia)
and Dr. Setyawati Yani (Univ ersitas Muslim Indonesia, Indonesia) for their participants in the
conference to deliver keynote speeches which covers topics of sustainable industrial practice,
technology, management, and policy.
Special thank you goes to Bad an Kejuruan Teknik Industri Persatuan Insiny ur Indonesia (BKTI
PII), Badan Kejuruan Kimia P ersatuan Insinyur Indonesia (BKK PII), Bada n Kejuruan Teknik
Pertambangan Persatuan Insi nyur Indonesia (BKTP PII), Postgraduate P rogram Universitas
Sultan Ageng Tirtayasa, Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, Politeknik Negeri Kupan g, and Indo-
Franco Consortium for Sustainable Tourism for co-hosting the conference.
I am very grateful to the 2nd I Con-ITSD committee, session chairs, and stud ent volunteers who
selflessly contribute to the suc cess of this conference. Also, we are thankfu l to all the authors
who submitted papers, because of which the conference became a story of su ccess. This book
of abstract presents all abstract ac cepted for oral presentation in this conference. I hope this
book could gain useful information for their research study.
I wish you all have a productive meeting.
Thank you,
Wallahu Walliyut Taufiq Walhidayah,
Wassalamu Alaikum Wr. Wb
Dean of Faculty of Industrial T echnology,
Dr. Ir. H. Zakir Sabara HW, ST., MT., IPM., ASEAN Eng.
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ABSTRACTS OF KEYNOTE SPEAKER
1. Prof. Herve Boileau - University Savoie Mont Blanc, France
2. Assoc. Prof. Gerard B. Remijn - Kyushu University, Japan
3. Major Ts. Dr. Moh d Hazizan Bin Mohd Hashim - Universiti Sains Malaysia
4. Dr. Worajit Settaphun - Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Thailan d
5. Ir. Hj. Setyawati Ya ni, ST., MT., Ph.D., IPM., AER - Universitas Muslim Indonesia
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WORLD WILD WASTE: HOW TO ESCAPE FROM A WASTE’S PLANET?
CLEVERNESS CONSSUMPTION INSTEAD OF RESOURCE AND ENERGY
CONSUMPTION
Hervé BOILEAU
Associate professor in process engineering, University Savoie Mont-Blanc,
Polytech Annecy-Chambéry, school of engineering
Le Bourget du Lac, campus Savoie Technolac, France
ABSTRA CT. Waste management is one of the main issues that humankind will
have, and already HAS to cope with among the global proble m to save our
planet. From the far beginnings of humanity, we produced waste, but knew how
to recycle: from bones’ knives in the caverns through manur e as fertilizers, to the
reuse of ir on cans as volume measures. However, almost fifty to sixty years ago,
human beings entered into a new era, the “throw-away” era. Until now, it used to
be fancy, modern, cool”, to use disposable objects or one- use packaging, but for
many reasons it is time to react and change. Any productio n of any object is of
course a consumption of resource and energy, any object including e.g. packaging.
Moreover, some of these resources are limited and quickly decreasing, as plastics
made from oil. Consuming energy to produce a package that will be thrown away
soon after purchasing is a nonsense, even more if the packa ge is thrown away in
the wild nature. Technological answers have been given to that problem, such as
incineration with energy recovery or glass bottles turned into cullet, but all these
solutions are entropy creative, and will never give back more energy or resource
than consumed. Nevertheless, in the specific field of household waste, waste
linked to consumers, a change of behaviour and mentality of those consumers
may be m uch more efficient. We can call that consumership ”, as citizenship.
This change in behaviour and attitude may be a part of the “low tech” strategy to
be developed, a strategy that is much more cleverness cons umption than energy
and/or re source consumption. A positive side effect of this new behaviour is the
environme nt quality improvement, which will act as a positiv e feedback to
change the behaviour of the others, and increase the attractiveness of landscapes
and natural sp ots with positive consequences on the global heal th of people, but
also on the tourism activity.
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HOW DO WE TEST HUMAN PSYCHOLOGICAL FUNCTIO NING?
Gerard B. Remijn
Human Science Department, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
ABSTRA CT. One of the sustainable development goals (SDGs), as
conceptualized in the global agenda of the United Nation s, is the promise of
healthy liv es and the promotion of well-being for all at all ages. Psychology
research can make important contributions to this, particularly in relation to the
advancem ent of human psychological well -being. It has been argued that the
occurrenc e of psychological problems, such as increased me ntal stress, attention-
deficit prooblems, and learning issues, may reflect unhealt hy and unsustainable
problems in society, especially for young people. For example, a lack of a good
infrastructure in a highly-populated area not only has its influence on economy,
but also o n psychological well-being. Uncertainty about traffic situations may lead
to stress during traffic and an uncertain everyday-life rhythm, influencing sleeping,
eating, relaxation, contemplation, and study patterns. H owever, it is often
challenging to assess our psychological functioning. What goes on in our head is
often not easily visible for others and thus challenging to test in a medical
setting. How do we asses human psychological functioning? Here I will give a
short ove rview of some current methods. We will lo ok at the field of
“psychometrics”, which in general aims to objectively classify and quantify human
perceptual and cognitive abilities and functioning. To pick up some examples
from a daily activity such as driving, we can investigate wh at kind of audiovisual
stimulatio n drivers receive in heavy traffic and how it affects their attention spans.
We can alsso investigate how an age-related decrease in cognitive abilities in
elderly influences their ability to navigate and interpret traffic situations, and how
to deal with this issue. Next to psychometrics, we will also look at brain imaging
techniques , which strongly help to assess the psychological fu nctioning of those
of us who cannot (yet) verbally express themselves, such as children. A short
overview will be given of the measurement of electrophysiological brain activity
and the m easurement of blood flow patterns in the human brain, along with
research e xamples. I hope to show that by expressing human psychological
functioning in numbers or by measuring brain activity, we can study how human
well-being in general can be improved. Overall, I hope the contents of the
presentati on are of interest to a broad audience and questions and discussions
very welcome.
iv
CHALLENGES O F SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMEN T IN THE
MANAGEMENT OF MINING AND MINERAL RESOURCES: A REVIEW
Hashim M.H.M1*, Shaib Abdulazeez Shehu1,2
1 Strategic Mineral Niche, School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engine ering, Universiti Sains
Malaysia, Engineering Camp us,14300 Nibong Tebal, Penang, Malaysia
2 Department of Mineral a nd Petroleum Resources Engineering, School of Engineering, Kogi State
Polytechnic, Lokoja, Nigeria
*e-mail: mohd_hazizan@ usm.my
ABSTRA CT. This article reviews the challenges of sustainable development
practices in mining. The mining industry contributes significantly to the economic
growth of any nation but associated with social and envir onmental challenges.
These env ironmental and social problems frequently generate conflicts between
mining co mpanies, governments and local communities. The conflicts can be
tremendouusly minimized if sustainable development practices are adopted in the
value chai n of mining throughout the entire life of a mine. Mining provides fiscal
revenues to a country, propel economic growth, create jobs and produces the
materials needed for infrastructural development but destroys the natural
landscape and biodiversity. Hence, mining has both positive and negative
consequen ces for the Sustainable Development Goals (SD Gs) and direct impact
on over 6 0% of these goals. Future trend of sustainability in mining must involve
multi-nati onal collaborations to explore under water mine rals. Development of
specific indicators to evaluate sustainability in each stage of the life cycle of a mine
is a necessary challenge. It is imperative to prove continuous improvements in
sustainability performance. Suitable indicators must also be developed to assess
sustainability of the energy minerals owing to their uniquenes s.
Keywords : Mining; Mine; Sustainable development; Eco nomic growth; Value
chain
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APPLICATION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR SMAR T COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT
Worajit Setthapun
Asian Development College for Community Economy and Technology
Chiang Mai Rajabhat Unive rsity, Thailand
e-mail: worajit@g.cmru.ac.th
ABSTRA CT. The goal for future communities are based on the concept of
Smart Co mmunity with sustainable energy. Chiang Mai R ajabhat University by
Asian Dev elopment College for Community Economy and Technology (adiCET)
has initiat ed the Smart Community Project in the Mae Ri m Campus. The real-
living smart community demonstration site with 100% ren ewable energy usage
had been developed since 2011. The adiCET Smart Community (ASC) comprised
of 50 kW PV AC&DC Microgrid, 12 small buildings and households, and
community farm. The ASC also have biogas digesters, biomass gasification and
diesel gen erators integrate as hybrid energy systems. The en ergy (power and heat)
are used in the daily lives of Smart Community citizens. For example, the biogas is
used for t he kitchen. The electricity from PV are used for solar pumping in farm
for the Smmart Farm/low carbon agriculture. The Smart Far m uses soil moisture
sensors an d smart logic to determine the optimal usage of water appropriate for
specific ve getables. In addition, the buildings are designed to be eco-friendly and
energy efficient such as energy efficient seminar hall with EPS foam technology
and PV r ooftop. The roads are carbon sink roads which uses approximately 2
million wa ste plastic bags to construction the 2 km asphaltic road. In summary,
there are numerous green technologies that were implemented into the ASC.
However, inorder for ASC to fully embrace the smart com munity/city concept”,
digital pla tform for collecting and analyzing the comm unity data is being
developed inorder to efficiently manage the community. Through further research
and development, the ASC data collection and processing platform could be
applied to the real small community data collection to assist the efficient
manageme nt of the community.
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CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN MANAGING ENGINEERING
EDUCATION IN INDONESIA: BEST PRACTICES IN FACULTY OF
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITAS MUSLIM IN DONESIA
Setyawati Yani
Faculty of Industrial Technology, Universitas Muslim
Indonesia Jl Urip Sumoharjo KM 5 Makassar Indonesia
90231 e-mail: wati.yani@umi.ac.id
ABSTRA CT. The Higher Education Database of the Indonesian Ministry of
Research, Technology and Higher Education states that cur rently there are 2926
undergraduate engineering study programs with only 19 % managed by State
Universitiees. If the quality of an engineering study progra m is measured by its
accreditation, the quality of the engineering education is still highly variable. The
vast area of Indonesia, the varied quality of teaching res ources, the access to
finance and the declining interest of the millennial generatio n to take engineering
study pro grams are challenges to manage the engineering study program in a
sustainabl e manner. On the other hand, there are opportunities to develop the
engineering education, such as the abundance of Indonesia's natural resources and
the employment availability in the engineering sectors. The Faculty of Industrial
Technolog y Universitas Muslim Indonesia manages its st udy programs namely
Industrial Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Minin g Engineering and
Profession al Engineering Program with its spirit #FTIU MIKEREN: Sharing is
Caring in a quest to produce graduates who will be key playe rs in the development
of industrial technology.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE
i
ABSTRACTS OF KEYNOTE S PEAKER
ii
TABLE OF CONTENTS
viii
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
xiv
SITE OF CONFERENCE VENUE
xxi
Topic:
Industrial Technology and
S
ystem; Sustainable Mining Processing; Miner
al
Resources
Technology [page 1 21]
Production Scheduling with Co
parison Application of The Methods of Campb
ell Dudek
1
Smith, Heuristic Pour and Palmer to Minimize Makespan Time (Case Study PT. JA PFA COM
Feed Indonesia Tbk Unit Makass ar)
Siti Ruqaiyah, Takdir Alisyahbana,
Ahmad Padhil, Lamatinulu
Analysis of Production Capacity Planning to Meet The Consumer Request Using T he Rough
2
Cut Capacity Planning (Rccp) Method in PT. Maccon Generasi Mandiri Makassar
Suraidah, Lamatinulu, Muhammad Yakub, Ahmad Padhil
Strategy for Development of Banana Chips in Bungku Utara District
3
Chaerul Fahmi Yusuf, Nur Mawati M ambuhu
Study Illuminaton Levels in Public Transportation of City Makassar Value of Ergon omic
4
Ahmad Hanafie, Hammada Abbas
Optimum Staying-Time in Wastewater Treatment System with Combination of Eichornia
5
Crassipes, Zeolite and Betel Leaf Extract
Andi Haslinah, Andrie Andrie
Product Development Analysis o f Dragon Fruit Praline Chocolate by Using Quality Function
6
Deployment (QFD) Method
Andi Haslindah, Andi Haslinah, Alfira Mutmainnah, Ilfa Zahrani Jalil
Tracking Masela Block: The Perspective and Roles of Local IE and Government
Could Play
7
with
Sitnah Aisyah Marasabessy
Analysis of Lightweight Bata P roduction Capacity Using Simulation Method
of System
8
Dynamics in Maccon Company M akassar
Riska Iva Riana, Abdul Mail, Muha mmad Nusran
Analysis of The Effect of OSH MS Implementation on Employee Productivity w ith Partial
9
Least Squares (PLS) Method at Pt Pelindo IV Makassar Container Terminal
Irma Nur Afiah, Taufik Nur, Ririn Ayu Lestari
Analysis of Manual Material Ha ndling Using Niosh Lifting Equation Method in
I ndonesian
10
Bureau of Logistics (Bulog) Warehouse Makassar
Rahmaniah Malik, Nurhayati Rauf, I rma Nur Afiah, Indriati
Analysis of Working Posture Usi ng Manual Task Risk Assesment (Mantra) Metho d in Tofu
11
Production Process in Baji Nyawa Makassar
Muhammad Dahlan, Andi Pawennari, Irma Nur Afiah, Agfirna Wardhani Ilyas
viii
Optimization of Strong Variati n as A Increasing Attraction Power of Combination of
12
Welding Materials Welding Model
Saripuddin M, Hammada Abbas, Ahmad Hanafie
Analysis of The Cause of Produ tion Process Failure in Dg. Sija Coffee Processing Industry
13
Using Fmea and FTA Methods
Putri Adytia Cahyani, Abdul Mail, N urhayati Rauf, Dirgahayu Lantara
Organic Geochemistry of Outcr p Samples and Doda Oil Seep Collected from Lariang and
14
Karama Areas, West Sulawesi, In donesia
Rakhmat Fakhruddin, Taufik Ramli, Dzul Fadli, Agus Ardianto Budiman
Design of Driving Precautions Information Tool Using Ultrasonic Sensors
15
I Saraswati, R Wiryadinata, A Setyan a
Analysis of The Effect of Work Activities and Lift Loads on Musculoskeletal Weakness in
16
Factory Workers (Study Case, CV. Harapan Makmur)
Sri Rahayu, Muhammad Dahlan, Ahmad Padhil
The Effect of Grain Size on The Compressive Strength of Canary Shell Bio-Briquet e
17
Nur Asmiani, Sri Widodo, Bayu Sanjaya, Alfian Nawir, Nurliah Jafar, Alam B. Thamsi
Determination of Nickel (Ni) Co tent Based on Thermal Analysis
18
Zulkifly Rumba A. Singku, Emi Prasetyawati Umar, Tri Andryani HS. Kandora, Uswatul Khaerah,
Jamaluddin, Habibie Anwar, Nurliah Jafar, Firman Nullah Yusuf
Mercury Pollution in The Aquatic System Near of Urban Artisanal Gold Mining (UAGM)
19
Activity in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Hasriwiani Habo Abbas, Masayuki Sakakibara, Lukamnanul Hakim Arma, Suharni A.Fachrin, Abd
Gafur
MSVR (Mining Simulator Virtual Reality) Mining Activity Simulation Application Using
20
Virtual Reality Technology
Giswa Ade Nugraha K, Emi Prasetyawati Umar, Anshariah, Zakir Sabara
Map of Landslide Disaster Area as A Disaster Management Effort in Masamba Su b-District,
21
Indonesia
Alam Budiman Thamsi, Arif Nurwas kito, Nur Asmiani, Alfian Nawir
Topic:
Process and Su
stainable Chemical Technology [page 22 57]
Potential of Alkaloids Compou
nd of Mangrove Perepat (Sonneratia alba) Roo
t Ethanol
22
Fraction as A Natural Antibiotics Source
Madyawati Latief, Muhaimin, Hilda Amanda, Indra Lasmana Tarigan, Siti Aisyah
Potential Tracking of Cytotoxic Activities of Mangrove Perepate (Sonneratia A lba) Root
23
Extract as An Anticancer Candida te
Madyawati Latief, Nelson, Hilda Amanda, Indra Lasmana Tarigan, Siti Aisyah
ZSM-5 Zeolite from Siliceous P alm Oil Battom Ash Under Hydrotermal Condition With
24
Varing Aging Time
Lenny Marlinda, Hari Wiki Utama, Wahyudi Zahar, Edwin Permana, Rahmi, Nur Wahyu Wulandari
ix
Copyrolysis of Rice Husk and Pl stic Bags Waste From Low Density Polyethylene (Ldpe) for
25
Improving Pyrolysis Liquid Produ ct
Hesti Wijayanti, Chairul Irawan, Yuli Ristianingsih
The Use of Papaya Seeds as A Na tural Coagulant in Water Treatment Fromtello River
26
Setyo Erna Widiyanti, Eko Wardana Saputra, Nur Insani, Pabbenteng
The Acacia Bark Extract as A Corrosion Green Inhibitor for The Prevention of Dry
27
Corrosion in Steel
Diah Riski Gusti, Intan Lestari, Faiz ar Farid
Antibacterial Activity of Honey a nd Lime Fruit (Citrus aurantifolia (Christm.) Swingle) Peeling
28
Waste Extract Against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus.
La Ode Sumarlin, Febri Laili Sa’ada h, Nani Radiastuti
Catalytic Cracking Crude Biodiese l from Used Cooking Oil with Catalyst Cr2O3/Ze lite
29
Isalmi Aziz, Nanda Saridewi, Fitri Febriyani, Lisa Adhani
Utilization of Residual Pyrolysis Process of Plastic Waste Type of Polypropylene and Low
30
Density Polyethylene in Making P aving Block
Heriyanti, Lenny Marlinda, Sutrisno, dan Malhatul Ulfa
Effect Of N-Hexane as Co-Solvent on in Situ Transesterification from Spirulina Platensis Using
31
Microwave
Ummu Kalsum, Mahmuddin Mahmuddin, Ahmad Roesyadi, Mahfud Mahfud
Enhancement Performances of
Ultrafiltration Polysulfon Membrane (UF-PSf) fo r Organic
32
Matter Removal by Coagulation-Adsorption in Peat Water
Amalia Enggar Pratiwi, Muthia Elm a, Aulia Rahma, Erdina L.A. Rampun,
Mahmud, Ch airul Abdi,
Raissa Rosadi
Effect of Backwashing on Performance of Interlayer-Free Silica
Pectin Mem brane for
33
Wetland Saline Water
Muthia Elma, Edina Lulu Atika Rampun, Sintong Leonardo Situngkir, Muhammad Farid Hidayat
Comparing Silica and Zeolite Sand as Filter Media by Neutralization, Coagulation a nd Vertical
34
Sand Filtration for Treating of W etland Saline Water
Muthia Elma, Muhammad Zainuddin, Eris Munandar, Sintong Leonardo Situngkir, Muha mmad Farid
Hidayat, Dhiyaur Rahmah, Nur Baity
Noodle Wastewater Treatment Using Simple Liming, Coagulation and Filtration Processes
35
Anna Sumardi, Muthia Elma, Auli a Rahma, Sintong Leonardo Situngkir, Muhammad Farid Hidayat,
Muhammad Zainuddin, Eris Munandar
Upgrading of Tantalum and Nio bium Oxides from Bangka Tin Slag with Sodium Hydroxide
36
Followed by Nitrate and Phosphate Acid
Rafdi Abdul Majid, S. Permana,
Debby Rachel, Wahyu Kartika, D. Darnengsih, Munira Munira,
Mustafiah Mustafiah
Development of A Diffusion- Based Mathematical Model for The Prediction of Gold
37
Electrowinning Performance
Imam Santosa, Mustaf Mohamed, Shu keri Ismail, Anwaruddin Hisyam
x
The Effect of Catalyst Concentration and Reaction Time on Biodiesel Production from Palm
38
Oil Using A Catalyst Mg(OH)2 / γ-Al2O3
Winda Novia, Ikbal Jafar, Rahmaniah Malik, Anshariah, Rismawati Rasyid
The Application of Liquid Pyroly sis of Coconut Shells on The Preservation of Mackerel Fish
39
Andi Aladin,
Setyawati Yani, Takdir Syarif, Basri Modding, Lastri Wiyani
Review on
Solvent Extraction
of Bitumen from Asbuton as Raw Material
for Non-
40
Conventional Oil
Hermin Hardyanti Utami, Syahnur Said, Zakir Sabara, Setyawati Yani
Making Solid Fertilizer by Aerobic Process
41
N Nurjannah, La Ifa, Fitra Jaya, Lukmanul Afdatullah, Dwi Nurhudaeni Abdullah
Kinetics Study of Glycerol Degradation Reaction from Biodiesel Waste Using Sonication
42
Method
Isran Asnawi, Ruslan Kalla, Rismawa ti Rasyid
Response Surface Methodology for Optimization Production Biodiesel from Coconut Oil by
43
Microwave-Assisted Transesterifi cation Using A Low Concentration NaOH Catalys t
Mahfud Mahfud, Lailatul Qadariyah, Zakir Sabara, Andi Suryanto
Box-Behnken Design for Opti
ization of Microwave-Assisted Transesterificati n in The
44
Production of Methyl Ester from Coconut Oil Using CaO Heterogeneous Catalyst
A. Suryanto, Ardiansyah S. Suprapto, M. Mahfud
Analysis of Liquid Smoke fBiomass Waste of Palm Kernels and Coconut Shell Usin g GC-MS
45
Mustafiah, Rafdi Abdul Majid, Darnengsih , Munira, Takdir Syarif
Thermal Cracking of Polyethylene Terephthalate and Low-Density Polyethylene Pla stic Waste
46
Mixtures at Low Temperature
Lenny Marlinda, Heriyanti, Sutrisno2, Rahmi, Razman Yuzhar
Utilization of Microwave in Atsiri Oil Extraction from The Cananga Flower
47
Zakir Sabara, Muh. Azis Albar. J,
Andi Syarifuddin, Andi Pawennari, A.Suryanto
Distribution of Arsen (As) as So il Pollutant Around Antang Landfills Makassar C ity, South
48
Sulawesi Province, Indonesia
Andi Artiningsih, Sri Widodo, Alfian Nawir, Nurliah Jafar, Harwan
Characteristics of Virgin Coconut Oil Emulsion at Room Temperature Storage
49
Lastri Wiyani, Andi Aladin, Setyawati Yani, Rahmawati, Mustafiah
Characterization of Zeolites from Tasikmalaya and Its Application for Ammonium
emoval
50
Teguh Kurniawan, Nuryoto
Effectiveness of Nano-Chitosan
Dispersion in Ice Blocks for Fresh Fish Preservation
51
Wiratni Budhijanto, Yohanes Susanto, Prihati Sih Nugraheni
Synthesize Fe3O4-TiO2 Composite for Methyl Orange Photocatalytic Degradation
52
Indar Kustiningsih, Fajariswan Nurrahman, Desi Permatasari , Denni Kartika Sari, Jayanudin
xi
Determination Percentage of Inhibition Chitin Deasetylase Enzyme In Optical Biosensor
53
Using Chitosan Membrane Modification
Hamsina, Andi Abriana
Esterification of Glycerol with A cetic Acid Into Bioadditive Triacetin with Fe2O3 /Activated
54
Carbon Catalyst
Zahrul Mufrodi, Shinta Amelia
Comparison Between Strong a d Weak Acid as An Acid Catalyst in Fabricating Silica
55
Membranes for Water Desalinatio n
Sazila K. Rahman, Anna Sumardi, A dhe Paramita, Erdina Lulu AR, Aulia Rahma, Muthia Elma
Interlayer-Free Glucose Carbonised Template Silica Membranes Fabricated at Low
56
Calcination Temperature Via Rapid Thermal Processing (RTP) Technique
Maimunawaro, Muthia Elma, Sazila Karina Rahman, Aulia Rahma, Erdina Lulu Atika Rampun.
Mufidah Nur Amalia
Optimization of Microwave Assi ted Transesterification Insitu for Biodiesel Produ ction from
57
Microalgae Using Box-Behnken D esign
Ummu Kalsum, Viqhi Aswie, Lailatu l Qadariyah, Mahfud Mahfud
Topic:
Multidiciplinary [page 58 74]
Analysis of The Treatment of Leaf Extract of Crown Flower Plant (Calotropis gigantea) on The
58
Mortality Of Aedes aegypti Larvae
A. Rizki Amelia AP, Haeruddin, Rizky Ramadhanty
Comparasion Analysis of Organic Rice Farming and Conventional Rice Farming
59
Nuraeni, Muhammad Salim, Farizah Dhaifina Amran, Irfan
Impact of Health Education Media in Era Industrialization of Care for Eat P atterns of
60
Pregnant Women High Risk
Tutik Agustini, Yusriani
The Role of Health Workers i n Implementing of Childbirth Planning and Complication
61
Prevention Program
Muhammad Khidri Alwi, Yusriani
Impact of Using Gadgets on Subjective Complaints on Eye Health Disorders in Ad lescents
62
Yusriani
Identification and Risk Assessm ent of Environmental Sanitation in Lae-Lae Islan d, City of
63
Makassar
Alfina Baharuddin, Nurbaety, Nurfardiansyah Bur, Syahab Salamun
Factors Related to Human Reliability Case Study: Workers in Units Btg Boiler, Turbin,
64
Generator) PT. Semen Tonasa Biringkassi Port Pangkep District 2019
Nurbaeti, Yuliati, Alfina Baharuddin, Putri Indah M
Social Harmonization and Law Awareness of Society to Overcome Intergroup Conflict in
65
Makassar City
Syaharuddin Nawi, Muh Syarif Nuh, Hasan Kadir, Azwad Rachmat H
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Analysis of Mycroplastic Contamination on Green Shellfish (Perna Viridis) on The Tallo River
66
in Makassar City in 2019
Nurfardiansyah Bur, Abdul Gafur, A lfina Baharuddin
Evaluation of Soil Characteristics on Coffee Land in Sinjai Regency, South Sulawesi
67
Asma Assa, Jamilah, Arni Pratama, Rahmad Wahyudi, Mamang
Design of Juleha Knife Product and Models of System Dynamics Halal Chicken Product in
68
Makassar City
Muhammad Nusran
Perceived External Prestige: Meta-Perception of Nurses and Customers’s Opinion i n Hospital,
69
Makassar City
Nurmiati Muchlis, Fendy Suhariadi2, Nyoman Anita Damayanti, Ah. Yusuf, A.Rizki Amelia
Analysis of The Eye Fatigue Subjective Complaints on Airnav Air Traffic Controlle r Workers
70
Branch Perum LPPNPI Makassar
Suharni A. Fachrin, Alfina Baharuddin, Rahmaniati
Study of Campus-Based Trip Ge neration Model (Case Study: Muhammadiyah Un iversity of
71
Makassar)
Lambang Basri Said, Hamdan Kadir
Importance-Performance Analysi s of Academic Services for Public Health Students
72
Mansur Sididi, Nurmiati Muchlis, A. Surahman Batara
Effects of Multimedia Video
Learning (Vlm) on Male Sex Male (MSM) Kno wledge on
73
Sexually Transmitted Infections ( STIS) in Bulukumba Regency
Sukirawati, Sri Salmawati, Intan Deasy Agmaitr, Andi Asrina, Fairus Prihatin Idris
The Effect of Video Toward
Gay, Shemale and Man Who Have Sex With Men (MSM)
74
Kowledge in Effort to Prevent Sexually Transmitted Infections in Makassar
Mirna, Sri Nurjianti, Andi Asrina, A rman
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PROGRAM SCHEDULE
Day 1st: Thursday, August 22nd 2019
07.00 - 08.00
08.00 - 09.45
Registration
Opening Ceremony
1. Opening by MC
2. Al-Qur'an Recitatioon
3. The National Anthem of Indonesia
4. Opening Prayer of International Conference
4. Opening Remarks:
- Chairperson of International Conference - Dr. Ir. Lamatinulu, ST., MT., IPM., AER
- Officially open the International Conference - Rector of Unive rsitas Muslim Indonesia
6. Keynote Speech
- University Savo ie Mont Blanc, France - Prof. Herve Boileau
- Kyushu Univer sity, Japan - Assoc. Prof. Gerard B. Remijn
- Universiti Sainss Malaysia - Major Ts. Dr. Mohd Hazizan Bin Mohd Hashim
- Chiang Mai Rajabhat University, Thailand - Dr. Worajit Settaphun
- Universitas Muslim Indonesia - Ir. Hj. Setyawati Yani, ST., MT., Ph.D., IPM., AER
09.45 - 10.30
Coffee Break
10.30-11.00
Preparation for Parallel Session Presentation
1st Session Parallel Presentation
Room
Jasper
Saphire
Emerald
Session Chair
Dr.Eng. Irma Nur
Dr. Wiratni
Dr. Muthia Elma
Afiah
Budhijanto
PIC
M. Ikhwan Nur Safutra
Muh. Arman
Rafdi Abd. Majid
Analysis of The Effect of
Potential of Alkaloids
Work Activities and Lift
Compound of
ZSM- 5 zeolite fro
m
Loads on
Mangrove Perepat
siliceous palm oil battom
Musculoskeletal
(Sonneratia Alba) Root
ash under hydroter
mal
Weakness in Factory
Ethanol Fraction as A
condition with varing
11.00-11.07
Workers (Study Case,
Natural Antibiotics
aging time
CV. Harapan Makmur)
Source
(Madyawati Latief,
(Lenny Marlinda, Hari
Wiki
(Sri Rahayu, Muhammad
Muhaimin, Hilda
Utama, Wahyudi Zah
ar,
Dahlan, Ahmad Padhil)
Amanda, Indra Lasmana
Edwin Permana, Rahmi,
Nur
Tarigan)
Wahyu Wulandari
)
Analysis of the
Treatment of Leaf
Extract of Crown
Flower Plant
(Calotropis gigantea)
on the Mortality of
Aedes aegypti Larvae
(A. Rizki Amelia A,
Haeruddin, Rizky
Ramadhanty)
xiv
1st Session Parallel Presentation
11.07-11.14
Strategy for
Development of Banana
Chips in Bungku Utara
District
(Chaerul Fahmi Yusuf, Nur
Mawati Mambuhu)
Effect of Backwashing
on Performance of
Interlayer-free Silica
Pectin Membrane for
Wetland Saline Water
(Muthia Elma, Aulia
Rahma, Sintong Leonardo
Situngkir, Muh. Farid
Hidayat)
Copyrolysis of Rice
Husk and Plastic Bags
Wa ste from Low
Density Polyethylene
(LDPE) for Improving
Pyrolysis Liquid Product
(Hesti Wijayanti, Chairul
Irawan, Yuli Ristianingsih)
Impact of Health
Education Media in
Era Industrialization
of Care for Eat
Patterns of Pregnant
Women High Risk
(Tutik Agustini,
Yusriani)
11.14-11.21
11.21-11.28
Study Illuminaton Levels
Kinetics Study of
Glycerol Degradation
In Public Transportation
Reaction From
of City Makassar Value
Biodiesel Waste Using
of Ergonomic
Sonication Method
(Ahmad Hanafie, Andi
(Isran Asnawi, Rismawati
Haslindah, Hammada
Rasyid, Dirgahayu
Abbas, Suradi)
Lantara, Ruslan Kalla)
Tracking Masela Block:
The Use of Papaya
The Perspective and
Seeds as a Natural
Roles of Local IE and
Coagulant in Water
Government could Play
Treatment fromTello
With
River
(Setyo Erna Widiyanti,
(Sitnah Aisyah Marasabessy)
Eko Wardana Saputra,
Nur Insani, Pabbenteng)
Response Surfacee
Methodology for
Optimization Produc tion
Biodiesel from Coco nut
Oil by Microwave- As
sisted Transesterification
us ing a low concentration
N aOH Catalyst
(Mahfud Mahfud, Lailatul
Qadriyah, Zakir Saba ra,
Andi Suryanto)
Antibacterial Activity of
Honey and Lime Fr uit
(Citrus aurantifolia
(Christm.) Swingle) P
eeling Waste Extract
Against Escherichia coli an
d Staphylococcus aure us.
(La Ode Sumarlin, Feebri
Laili Sa'adah, Nani
Radiastuti)
The Role of Health
Workers in
Implementing of
Childbirth Planning
and Complication
Prevention Program
(Muhammad Khidri
Alwi, Yusriani)
Impact of Using
Gadgets on
Subjective
Complaints on Eye
Health Disorders in
Adolescents
(Yusriani)
Optimization Of Strong
Thermal cracking of
Potential Tracking
of
Variation As A
Polyethylene
Cytotoxic Activities
of
Increasing Attraction
terephthalate and Low-
Mangrove Perepat
e
Power Of Combination
Density Polyethylene
(Sonneratia alba) R
oot
Of Welding Materials
plastic waste mixtures
Extract As An Antica
ncer
11.28-11.35
Welding Model
at low temperature
Candidate
(Lenny Marlinda,
(Madyawati Latief, Nelson,
(Saripuddin M, Ahmad
Hilda Amanda, Ind
ra
Heriyanti, Sutrisno,
Hanafie, Hammad Abbas)
Lasmana Tarigan, Siti
Rahmi, Rahman Yuzhar)
Aisyah)
xv
1st Session Parallel Presentation
Optimim Staying-Time in
Comparing Silica and
Enhancement
Zeolite Sand as Filter
Wastewater Treatment
Performances of
Media by
System With
Ultrafiltration Polysulfon
Neutralization,
Combination of
Membrane (Uf-Psf) for
Coagulation and
Eichornia Crassipes,
Organic Matter Removal
Vertical Sand Filtration
Zeolite and Betel Leaf
by Coagulation-
for Treating of
11.35-11.42
Extract
Adsorption in Peat W ater
Wetland Saline Water
(Muthia Elma, Muh.
(Amalia Enggar Prati wi,
Zainuddin, Eris
Muthia Elma, Aulia R ahma,
Munandar, Sintong
(Andi Haslinah, Andrie)
Erdina L.A. Rampu n,
Leonardo Situngkir, Muh.
Mahmud, Chairul Ab di,
Farid Hidayat, Dhiyaur
Raisa Rosadi)
Rahmah, Nur Baity)
Factors Related to
Human Reliability
Case Study: Workers
in Units BTG Boiler,
Turbin, Generator)
PT. Semen Tonasa
Biringkassi Port
Pangkep District
2019
(Nurbaeti, Yuliati,
Alfina Baharuddin,
Putri Indah M)
Analysis of
11.42-11.49
Catalytic Cracking
Design of Driving
Crude Biodiesel from
Precautions Information
Used Cooking Oil with
Tool Using Ultrasonic
Catalyst
Sensors
Cr2O3/Zeolite
Synthesize Fe3O4-TiO2
composite for met hyl
orange photocatalytic
degradation
Mycroplastic
Contamination on
Green Shellfish
(Perna Viridis) on
the Tallo River in
Makassar City in
2019
11.49-11.56
11.56-12.03
(I Saraswati, R
Wiryadinata, A Setyana)
Product Development
Analysis Of Dragon
Fruit Praline Chocolate
By Using Quality
Function Deployment
(QFD) Method
(Andi Halindah, Andi
Haslinah, Alfira
Mutmainnah, Ilfa Zahrani
Jail)
Analysis of the Effect of
OSHMS Implementation
on Employee
Productivity with Partial
Least Squares (PLS)
Method at PT Pelindo
IV Makassar Container
Terminal
(Isalmi Aziz, Nanda
Saridewi, Fitri Febriyani,
Lisa Adhani)
Characterization of
Zeolites from
Tasikmalaya and Its
Application for
Ammonium removal
(Teguh Kurniawan,
Nuryoto)
Noodle Wastewater
Treatment Using
Simple Liming,
Coagulation and
Filtration Processes
(Indar Kustiningsih,
Fajariswan Nurrahman, Desi
Permatasari, Denni Ka rtika
Sari, Jayanuddin)
Esterification of glycerol
with acetic acid intto
bioadditive triacetin with
Fe2O3/activated carbon
catalyst
(Zahrul Mufrodi, Shi nta
Amelia)
The Acacia bark extra ct as
a corrosion green inhibitor
for the prevention of dry
corrosion in stee l
(Nurfardiansyah Bur,
Abdul Gafur, Alfina
Baharuddin)
Perceived External
Prestige: Meta-
perception of Nurses
and Customers’s
Opinion in Hospital,
Makassar City
(Nurmiati Muchlis,
Fendy Suhariadi,
Nyoman Anita
Damayanti, Ah. Yusuf,
A. Rizki Amelia)
Social
Harmonization and
Law Awareness of
Society to Overcome
Intergroup Conflict
in Makassar City
xvi
1st Session Parallel Presentation
(Anna Sumardi, Muthia
Elma, Aulia Rahma,
(Irma Nur Afiah, Taufik
Sintong Leonardo
(Diah Riski Gusti, Intan
Nur, Ririn Ayu Lestari)
Situngkir, Muh. Farid
Lestari, Faizar Farid)
Hidayat, Muh. Zainuddin,
Eris Munandar)
12.03 - 13.30
Lunch Break
2nd Session Parallel Presentation
Room
Jasper
Saphire
Emerald
Session Chair
Dr. Lamatinulu
Dr. Lenny Marlinda
Dr. Anwaruddin Hi
syam
PIC
M. Ikhwan Nur Safutra
Muh. Arman
Rafdi Abd. Majid
Analysis of The Cause of
Production Process
Failure in Dg. Sija Coffee
Processing Industry
Using FMEA and FTA
13.30-13.37
Methods
(Putri Adytia Cahyani,
Abdul Mail, Nurhayati
Rauf, Ahmad Padhil)
Comparison Between
Strong and Weak Acid
As An Acid Catalyst
in Fabricating Silica
Membranes for Water
Desalination
(Sazila Karina Rahman,
Anna Sumardi, Adhe
Paramita, Erdina Lulu
Atika Rampun, Aulia
Rahma, Muthia Elma)
Paving Block from L
DPE Plastic and Pyrolys
is Residue
(Heriyanti, Lenny Marlinda,
Sutrisno, Malhatul Ulfa)
Importance-
Performance Analysis
of Academic Services
for Public Health
Students
(Mansur Sididi,
Nurmiati Muchlis, A.
Surahman Batara)
13.37-13.44
Analysis of Working
Posture Using Manual
Task Risk Assesment
(Mantra) Method in Tofu
Production Process in
Baji
Interlayer-free Glucose
Carbonised Template
Silica Membranes
Fabricated at Low
Calcination
Temperature via Rapid
Thermal Processing
(RTP) Technique
(Maimunawaro, Muthia
Development of a
Diffusion-based
Mathematical Model for
the Prediction of Gold
Electrowinning
Performance
Comparasion
Analysis of Organic
Rice Farming and
Conventional Rice
Farming
(Muhammad Dahlan, Andi
Pawennari, Irma Nur
Afiah, Agfina Wardhani)
Elma, Sazila Karina
Rahman, Aulia
Rahma, Erdina Lulu
Atika Rampun,
Mufidah Nur Amalia)
(Mustaf Mohamed, Shu
keri
Ismail, Imam Santosa,
Anwaruddin Hisyam
)
xvii
2nd Session Parallel Presentation
Analysis of Manual
Determination Percentage
Analysis of The Eye
Material Handling Using
Fatigue Subjective
Effectiveness of Nano-
Of Inhibition Chitin
Niosh Lifting Equation
Complaints on
chitosan Dispersion in
Deasetylase Enzymee In
Method in Indonesia
Airnav Air Traffic
Ice Blocks for Fresh
Optical Biosensor
Bureau of Logistics
Controller Workers
13.44-13.51
Fish Preservation
Using Chitosan Mem brane
(BULOG) Warehouse
Branch Perum
Modification
Makassar
LPPNPI Makassar
(Rahmaniah Malik,
(Wiratni Budhijanto,
(Suharni A. Fachrin,
Nurhayati Rauf, Irma Nur
Yohannes Susanto, Prihati
(Hamsina, Andi Abri ana)
Alfina Baharuddin,
Afiah, Indriyati)
Sih Nugraheni)
Rahmaniati)
Analysis of Lightweight
Effect of n-Hexane as
Bata Production Capacity
Co-solvent on In situ
Using Simulation
Transesterification
Method of System
from Spirulina platensis
Dynamics in Maccon
using Microwave
Company Makassar
13.51-13.58
(Ummu Kalsum,
(Riska Iva Riana, Abdul
Mahmuddin Mahmuddin,
Mail, Muhammad Nusran)
Ahmad Roesyadi, Mahfud
Mahfud)
Analysis of Production
The effect of catalyst
Capacity Planning to
concentration and
Meet The Consumer
reaction time on
Request Using The
biodiesel production
Rough Cut Capacity
from palm oil using a
Planning (RCCP) in PT.
13.58-14.05
catalyst Mg(OH)2 / γ-
Maccon Generasi
Mandiri Makassar
Al2O3
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