Environmental and Socio-Legal Assessments of the Cultivation of Non-Consumed Asian Green Mussel (Perna Viridis) in the Coastal Areas of the Jakarta Bay

2020 Journal of environmental treatment techniques  
Utilization of the waters of the northern coast of Jakarta which are contaminated with heavy metals as a conservation area through a non-consumed Asian green mussel (perna viridis) cultivation program as an aspired law. This research method is qualitative with socio-legal approach as a basis for the formation of non-consuming green seashell. The results showed that green mussels have the advantage of being a bio filter because they are able to filter water contaminated with heavy metals. Its
more » ... eavy metals. Its ability shows that 1 kilogram of green mussels can filter water as much as 10 liters/hour. Testing results in the sea water in Kamal Muara and Cilincing in 2019 showed that the heavy metal content of lead (Pb) and cadmium (Cd) and mercury (Hg) did not meet the standards of the Minister of Environment Decree Number 179 of 2004. The test results at the ordinate point of the sampling location Kamal Muara S604'41, 16972"/E106044'24,00684" (Station I) showed an increase in Pb of 0.052 mg/l, making it very appropriate as the basis for non-consumed green seashell cultivation area as this species was able to be an environmentally friendly bio filter.
doi:10.47277/jett/1503 fatcat:mqfx6oujuneezd4ahllmpa3k2q