Geochemical Fraction Profile of Metal Cd, Pb and Zn on Sediments of Sidoarjo Mud Reclamation Area at Porong Sidoarjo Estuary

Ahmad Dody Setiadi, Barlah Rumhayati, Catur Retna Ning Dyah

Abstract


The estuary sediment of the Porong River is thought to contain high enough heavy metals. Sediment samples to be analyzed are taken from the estuary of Porong River Sidoarjo. This study aims to determine the distribution of concentrations of Cd, Pb and Zn on metal geochemical fractions in estuarine sediments of the Porong River and their correlation to the physical properties of sediment chemistry. Sediment analysis included the determination of concentrations of Cd, Pb and Zn while the determination of the physical properties of sediment chemistry were pH, salinity, redox potential, CEC, organic matter and sediment particle size. Metal extraction was performed by the BCR (Community Bureau of Reference) method of three-stage sequence, where the metal geochemical fraction was divided into 4 fractions, ie the dissolved fraction in acid, the fraction easily reduced, the oxidant fraction easily and the residual fraction. The results showed that Zn metal has the highest concentration in each fraction followed by Pb and Cd. The concentration of Zn in fraction 1-4 ranged from 31,909-84,966 mg / Kg, Pb concentration ranged from 3,354-18,956 mg / Kg, while the concentration of cd ranged from 0,221-0,611 mg / Kg. The order of metal concentration at various metal geochemical fractions at fractions 1, 2, 3 and 4 is Zn> Pb> Cd. There is some correlation between the concentration of metals to the chemical factors of sediment chemistry.

Keywords


Heavy Metals, Porong River, Standing Extraction

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