Pollution Research Paper

Vol 38, Issue 1, 2019; Page No.(22-28)

HIGH CHIMNEY WTE CALCULATIONS BY CONSIDERING PUBLIC HEALTH RISK BECAUSE OF FURAN / DIOXIN EMISSION

SAPTO PRAJOGO, ARI HANDONO RAMELAN, EVI GRAVITIANI AND HARTONO

Abstract

Bandung City adopted a policy to build a waste incinerator technology (WTE) systems. The combustion capacity is 500 tons/day. WTE technologies will burn waste. WTE use energy generated to be converted to electrical energy. This technology has the potential to reduce the volume of waste more effectively. WTE also emits various harmful contaminants. Namely polychlorinated dibenzofurans (PCDF) and polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins (PCDD). WTE equipped with chimney. So that the pollutants contained in the exhaust gas spread into the wider region. That intended to reduce the concentration of pollutants. This study intended to assess public health risks. That is, because due to PCDF / PCDD dispersion through this chimney. The calculations performed with the assumption of chimney height 60 m, 80 m, 100 m, 120 m, 140 m, 160 m and 200 m. Public health risk assessment conducted for projections over the next 20 years. The causal relationship between the high of the chimney with the sick society obtained a linear regression equation. From the regression equation can do extrapolation chimney high is 277 m.

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