CONTENTS OF HEAVY METAL IN SOIL AND WATER AT STOCKPILE COAL (CASE STUDY KERTAPATI PALEMBANG CITY INDONESIAN)ANDI ARIF SETIAWAN1, DEDIK BUDIANTA, SUHERYANTO4 AND DWI PUTRO PRIADI
Coal stockpile activities have a positive impact on the economy of the community, on the other hand, the negative impact of pollution cannot be ignored. This study aims to examine the magnitude of heavy metals content in soil and water (run off) and how the pattern of clustering of heavy metals is the result of coal stockpile activity. A sampling of coal, soil, and water using sample grid method. The amount of heavy metal content of Cd, Cr, Cu, Ni, Pb and Zn in the soil respectively 0.17; 2.99; 7.32; 1.41; 16.00; 18.76 mg/g, relatively larger than in coal and runoff water. The heavy metals content of Cd and Cr in coal are not detected respectively, while for Cu, Ni, Pb, and Zn are respectively 0.63; 0.62; 3.93 and 2.58 mg / g. The content of heavy metals in runoff water respectively 0.08; 6.00; 15.00; 15.00; 10.00 and 25.00 mg/L. The pattern of clustering of heavy metals in soil and water media has 2 groups that have similarities with heavy metal patterns in coal. Group 1 consists of Cd, Cr, Cu and Ni and group 2 consists of Pb and Zn.
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