International Journal of Environmental Engineering
Author(s) : A.FAUZAN, FAJRI M. IRESHA, G. M. I. AFIATA, SUNARTRIASIH, ZAHRA A. SYAHIDAH
The approach of this paper is to give evidence that compost, commonly produced by organic waste treatment, can be further utilized and treated as a precursor of activated carbon for Waste-Washing Wastewater treatment. The inorganic waste treatment generates harmful Waste-Washing Wastewater as by-product which is unreliable to total zero waste term in the integrated solid waste management. The Application of Compost-Based Activated Carbon is as filter for contaminant adsorption to be made as Compost Adsorption reactor for optimum treatment. The results show that Compost Adsorption treatment has a very good efficiency of high-turbidity removal and allows phosphate removal.