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A BRIEF OF WATER AND SOIL POLLUTION MANAGEMENT (RECENT TREND AND ECONOMIC PRESPECTIVE)

*Muhammad Safri  -  Universitas Jambi, Indonesia
Nurhayani Nurhayani  -  Universitas Jambi, Indonesia
Desy Rosarina  -  Universitas Muhammadiyah Tangerang, Indonesia

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Soil and water pollution are the most crucial issues in the world. Various reports have informed that the pollution that has occurred has had long-term adverse effects on environmental sustainability and human health. Several methods have been reported to be effective in reducing pollutant parameters in water and soil. The methods often used in water and soil remediation are bioremediation (land-vetting, bio-cell. Bio cell, Phytoremediation, Land venting, Composite, Bio venting, Bio slurry), Adsorption, Pretreatment (Ultrasonic), Microwave, Electrokinetic disintegration. , High-Pressure Homogenization/HPH, Thermal Hydrolysis, Acid hydrolysis (HCl, H2SO4, H3PO4, and HNO3), Ozonation, Fenton Oxidation, Fe (II) -activated persulfate, Protease, amylase, lipase. This paper will explain water and soil pollution and the methods used to overcome them. Information collection is carried out using secondary data; internationally reputable journals and accredited national journals are used to obtain information about the effectiveness and costs that must be incurred. This paper will provide a holistic comparison of prices, effectiveness, and information on various methods of remediating water and soil pollution around the world. Based on the NPV and IRR analysis, the water treatment method using the adsorption method is an economically feasible method with NPV of 174,8742 and an IRR value of 39%.

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Keywords: Economic analysis; soil; water; wastewater; wastewater treatment

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