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The intended copyright includes the right to publish the article in various forms (including reprints). The journal maintains the publishing rights to the published articles.</p> <p>Authors are permitted to disseminate published articles by sharing the link/DOI of the article at the journal. Authors are allowed to use their articles for any legal purposes deemed necessary without written permission from the journal with an acknowledgment of initial publication to this journal.</p> </address> Identification of Worms and Worm Eggs in Fresh Vegetables in the Traditional Market of Semarang City https://ejournal.kesling-poltekkesbjm.com/index.php/JKL/article/view/500 <p>Vegetables are an important type of food for humans. Lack of vegetable consumption can increase the risk of developing degenerative diseases such as obesity, coronary heart disease, kidney failure, diabetes, hypertension, and cancer. Fresh vegetables are vegetables that are usually served raw, so it is estimated that they are the source of Soil-Transmitted Helminth (STH) infection in humans. Some examples of fresh vegetables include cabbage, lettuce, basil, leeks, celery, and mustard greens. The purpose of this study was to determine the results of the identification of worm eggs and adult worms in fresh vegetables sold in traditional markets in Semarang City. This type of research is called descriptive qualitative research. The subjects of this study were all fresh vegetables sold in the traditional markets of Semarang City. The research sample was taken by random sampling from all areas of Semarang City, covering the areas of Central Semarang (Johar Market), North Semarang (Purwogondo Market), East Semarang (Langgar Indah Market), West Semarang (Karang Ayu Market), and Semarang South (Peterongan Market). The results showed that the vegetables sold in the Peterongan Market and Purwogondo Market were not found to be contaminated. Meanwhile, fresh vegetables sold at Langgar Market, Johar Market, and Karang Ayu Market were found to be contaminated. Contamination that occurs in fresh vegetables in the traditional market of Semarang City is caused by Oxyuris vermicularis worm eggs, hookworm eggs, Ascaris lumbricoides worm eggs, hookworm larvae, and adult hookworms.</p> Ana Yustika Aprin Wijayanti Seno Ari Tjahjo P Copyright (c) 2022 JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN: Jurnal dan Aplikasi Teknik Kesehatan Lingkungan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-07-31 2022-07-31 20 1 289 296 10.31964/jkl.v19i2.500 Relationship Between Place Sanitation, Equipment Sanitation And Handling Hygiene With Coliform Bacteria At Drinking Water Depot In Sukmajaya District https://ejournal.kesling-poltekkesbjm.com/index.php/JKL/article/view/495 <p><em>The increasing need for drinking water consumption has caused drinking water depots (DAM) to become one of the most popular choices among people. This is because the number of drinking water depots in Sukmajaya District has increased from 2019-2020 by 33%. To acquire consumption-safe status, DAM’s water must be free from coliforms. This study aims to determine the relationship between DAM’s sanitation hygiene with the number of Coliforms, with DAM in Sukmajaya District as the research subject. This study uses an analytical observational method using a cross-sectional approach. The research variables are place sanitation, equipment sanitation, and handler hygiene from the research population of 45 DAM units, with 31 DAM units taken as samples. By observation and interview with checklist sheets guided by the Minister of Health Regulation No. 43 of 2014, the results showed that among 31 DAMs, there were 15 (48.4%) DAMs that met the requirements for the total number of Coliforms, and 16 (51.6%) others did not meet the requirements for the total number of Coliforms. The results showed that there was a significant relationship between equipment sanitation (p = 0.001) and the hygienic conditions of the handlers (p = 0.001) in the presence of Coliform bacteria. Meanwhile, in the sanitation conditions (p=0.537) there was no significant relationship with the presence of Coliform bacteria. It can be concluded that there is a significant relationship between equipment sanitation and handler hygiene and the number of coliforms in DAM waters. Conversely, the place sanitation variable shows that there is no significant relationship with the number of Coliforms in DAM waters.</em></p> Librianti Virdha Amartya Joko Tri Dewanti Nikie Astorina Yunita Copyright (c) 2023 JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN: Jurnal dan Aplikasi Teknik Kesehatan Lingkungan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/ 2023-01-31 2023-01-31 20 1 1 14 10.31964/jkl.v20i1.495 Risk Factors Of Sick Building Syndrome In Central Java Province Of Environment And Forestry Services https://ejournal.kesling-poltekkesbjm.com/index.php/JKL/article/view/493 <p>Based on initial observations, 60% of the employees of the Environment and Forestry Office of Central Java Province experienced symptoms of Sick Building Syndrome (SBS). The purpose of this study was to identify the symptoms of SBS and individual characteristics (age, sex, years of service, and smoking habits), measure the physical environmental air quality (temperature, humidity, lighting, and ACH), and also analyze the individual characteristics and physical environmental air quality with the occurance of SBS. This study used an analytic observational study design with a cross-sectional study approach. The number of samples in this study was 28. Data analysis includes univariate, bivariate and statistical tests using chi-square. The results showed that 60.7% of employees experienced SBS (17 people) and 39.3% of respondents did not experience SBS (11 people). There was no relationship between temperature (p value = 0.688), humidity (p value = 0.396), age (p value = 0.937), and years of service (p value = 0.159) with the incidence of SBS. Meanwhile, gender (p value = 0.038) and smoking habits (p value = 0.001) were associated with the incidence of SBS. SBS symptoms are felt in the form of dry skin, nosebleeds, sneezing, itching, and itchy eyes. The conclusion of this study is that there is a relationship between gender and smoking habits with the incidence of SBS, and there is a relationship between sex and smoking habits with the incidence of SBS in employees of the Environment and Forestry Service of Central Java Province.</p> Alfadhylla Rosalina Wibisono Nurjazuli Nurjazuli Tri Joko Suhartono Suhartono Copyright (c) 2022 JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN: Jurnal dan Aplikasi Teknik Kesehatan Lingkungan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-07-31 2022-07-31 20 1 275 282 10.31964/jkl.v19i2.493 Implementation Of The Withdrawal Of Health Devices Containing Mercury In The Community Health Center In Sukmajaya District https://ejournal.kesling-poltekkesbjm.com/index.php/JKL/article/view/492 <p>The healthcare sector is one of the most important sources of mercury emissions worldwide due to its use in medical devices. Hg is found in thermometers, sphygmomanometers, and dental amalgams. Risk factors due to mercury can arise if medical devices containing mercury are damaged, broken, or spilled. The Government of Indonesia issued Regulation of the Minister of Health Number 41 of 2019 concerning the Elimination and Withdrawal of Mercury Medical Devices in Health Service Facilities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the withdrawal program for mercury medical devices in Puskesmas in Sukmajaya District, namely Abadijaya Health Center, Baktijaya Health Center, Pondok Sukmajaya Health Center, and Sukmajaya Health Center. Research on the evaluation of the program for the elimination of mercury medical devices in the community health center of Sukmajaya District was conducted using a descriptive observational research design with a quantitative approach. The Mercury Medical Device Withdrawal Program at the Sukmajaya District Community Health Center has not been 100% successful. All puskesmas have stopped using mercury medical devices and switched to non-mercury medical devices, but the management carried out by the puskesmas has not met the requirements because there are still stocks of mercury medical devices that are not available. According to the standard, The withdrawal of mercury medical devices has also not been carried out by the Health Office, and the guidance and supervision of the program also does not run according to standards.</p> Elza Muthia Septanti Tri Joko Nurjazuli Nurjazuli Copyright (c) 2022 JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN: Jurnal dan Aplikasi Teknik Kesehatan Lingkungan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-07-31 2022-07-31 20 1 261 268 10.31964/jkl.v19i2.492 Analysis of Water Pollution Post-Implementation of Sanctions on Acts of Destruction of Water Resources Conservation in the Silandak River https://ejournal.kesling-poltekkesbjm.com/index.php/JKL/article/view/491 <p>Changes in river quality can reduce the optimal use of rivers for residents. The rapid development of industry in Indonesia, which is not balanced with a sense of responsibility towards the environment, can trigger water pollution. Liquid waste containing toxic materials that is flowed into rivers without being neutralized first can damage marine ecosystems and even kill aquatic biota. The study was conducted to find out the comparison between before and after sanctions were applied to water pollution in the Silandak River. The research procedure uses field observations of water conditions such as color, turbidity, aroma, amount of water, and current by taking pictures using a smartphone camera and recording observations using ATK. In addition, interviews were conducted with local residents. The results showed that there was a comparison between before and after handling. The color indicator was light brown, the level of turbidity was low, there was no foul smell, and the river flow was heavier than before. The existence of handling or efforts to overcome environmental problems so that the community is not disturbed again due to waste disposal without being processed first.</p> Nur Istiqomah Zulfa Nurul Hidayah Ahmad Fauzan Hidayatullah Copyright (c) 2022 JURNAL KESEHATAN LINGKUNGAN: Jurnal dan Aplikasi Teknik Kesehatan Lingkungan https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-07-31 2022-07-31 20 1 249 254 10.31964/jkl.v19i2.491