Yuwono, Bambang Endro and Andayani, Sih (2016) EVALUATION OF MODEL DEVELOPMENT OF URBAN ECO-DRAINAGE IN REGION SCALE. Fourth International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment. pp. 258-578. ISSN 2541-223X

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Abstract

Drainage problems in urban area have been even more complicated and need to be handled immediately. People in urban areas often experience flood and spatial puddles of water in rainy season lately, drought in dry season, as well as pollution on drainage water by liquid and solid waste (i.e. garbage). These conditions may disturb their activities and inflict them both moral and financial loss. The flood occurs because the river overflows, while puddle occurs because the flow of surface water that comes from the local rain water and wastewater from the surrounding area could not be accommodated by the drainage network. Drought occurs because of declining supplies of surface water and groundwater at the time of the dry season. Moreover, drainage water pollution occurs because of the lack of both Government and community roles. The problems of flooding, puddles, and drought in urban areas, which have been described previously cannot be solved with the old concept of urban drainage system, they can be overcome with the new concept instead. The old concept of urban drainage is to drain rainwater runoff into a nearby channel or water body as soon as possible, as for the new concept of drainage system is an Urban Eco-Drainage System where runoff rainwater will partially be detained first in the headwater, from then it will partially be permeated into the ground. The new concept of drainage system is also integrated with liquid and solid waste management, which is known as eco-drain. Therefore, eco-drainage system is expected to gain benefit for the environment sustainability. Guidelines and related researches on urban drainage performance assessment are available to access, as well as the concept of urban eco-drainage. In fact, identification process has been done on allegedly factors which can be used as key factors in evaluating whether an urban drainage system in one area has been in accordance with ecological concept of drainage system. From the previous research, it concluded that the key factors are: (1) technical management, and (2) non-technical management. Technical management consists of five key factors, such as (1) infiltration system, (2) drainage channel system, (3) complementary building systems, (4) storage system and (5) pump system. Non-technical management consists of two key factors, such as (1) the role of Government and (2) community participation. At this stage, the research aimed to acquire the indicator and the key factors that are most influential in the Eco-Drainage System. Analysis tool used for that purpose is the Partial Least Square (PLS) through the SMART PLS application version 3.00. The best factor in establishing Technical Management variable is the Storage System with the highest Significance Weight of 82.192. The best indicator in establishing the Non-Technical Management variable is the Government role with the highest Weight significance of 39,460. The best indicator in establishing variable on Eco-Drainage System Key Factor is Technical Management with the highest Weight significance of 39,460.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: T Technology > TA Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Department of Civil Engineering
Depositing User: FTSP UNIVERSITAS TRISAKTI
Date Deposited: 25 Jul 2019 04:33
Last Modified: 25 Jul 2019 04:33
URI: http://libprint.trisakti.ac.id/id/eprint/1008

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