Analysis of Green Open Space in Jember with Sample is the Regency of Puri Bunga Nirwana Based on Vehicle’s Emission Waste
RIDLO, Zainur Rasyid
NUGROHO, C I W
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Puri Bunga Nirwana Regency is one of the regencies with the densest regency in Jember. The factor of the number of occupants is followed by the high usage of vehicles, so that it has the potential to cause large exhaust emissions. Lack of concern for regency developers for the impact of exhaust emissions poses a health hazard for the population. This research aims is design green open space (RTH) based on vehicle exhaust emissions. This design is based on the results of the analysis of vehicle exhaust emissions in Puri Bunga Nirwana Regency. Kinds of plants used in this design are based on the ability of plants to absorb carbon dioxide gas (CO2). The method used in this study is a field survey by counting the number of vehicles passing 200 m from the gate of the Menteng Cluster Puri Bunga Nirwana Regency. The results of vehicle exhaust emissions in Puri Bunga Nirwana Regency are 1030.2 kg / year. Based on the analysis of emissions results, the CO2 absorption of tree was 1559 kg / ha. day so that the number of trees needed was one trees / ha. While the CO2 absorption of soursop trees was 75.29 kg / tree / year, so that 13 soursop trees were needed and the CO2 absorption of kecik sapodilla was 36.19 kg / tree / year, so that 28 kecik sapodilla trees were needed.
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