Environmental Assessment in Several Project Locations in Aceh Province

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M. Zaki
Zahratul Idami
Asri Gani
Ali Akbar


Environmental problems in the last few decades have raised concerns for the
general public. Various ways to overcome environmental pollution caused
by various constructions such as factories, industries, building construction
and others have been carried out. One way is to supervise every industrial
activity that is carried out. The main objective of this research is to study the
extent to which technological approaches in environmental management
have been carried out so far. In addition, this paper aims to find out what
technologies can be used to minimize the impact on society when
construction is carried out. The findings indicate that the noise level
measured at the activity location is still below the safe point. The highest
noise level is 50.2 dBA, while the quality standard for residential areas is 55
dBA. The results of vibration measurement at the location of the activity are
also still at a safe point or below the established quality standards.
Meanwhile, the results of air pollution analyzed at the research location are
still relatively safe. Overall, the results of the analysis carried out showed that
it was still below the established quality standards. However, when
construction activities are carried out, it is estimated that they will increase
significantly. Thus, several technological approaches are needed to detect
noise, vibration and air pollution when construction has started.

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