Development of Wastewater Treatment (Ipal) Communal Plant in Village Pardomuan Nauli in the District Laguboti District Toba Samosir with the Power of Community Participation

  • Robert Tua Siregar, Hery Pandapotan Silitonga

Abstract

The development of environmental sanitation that is based on a community can be implemented through a community-based approach. A community-based approach aims to ensure sustainability through the emphasis of behavioral change and community life to be cleaner and healthier.  This community-based approach was conducted since the planning phase, implementation of development up to the management of the means for the creation of a healthy sustainable settlement environment. In the community of Toba Samosir Regency, Implementation of community-based sanitation infrastructure management is a new thing, especially for the city in the village Lumban Dolok Pardomuan Nauli District Laguboti. With most of the activities of its inhabitants as farmers, merchants, and crude workers, researchers tend to doubt the community participation of Pardomuan Nauli village in the development of communal IPAL. Qualitative methodology research that will reduce the outcome of research findings will answer. With the method of approach to the perpetrators of the partsipasai in the construction of wastewater treatment plant (IPAL) communal is implemented with a). Community-based environmental sanitation Program (SLBM), b).  Participation with a local cultural approach "Satahi Saoloan" to the togetherness gained more effectively that raises local content idea., C). Socialization is less than optimal so that community understanding of the program needs improvement.

Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Robert Tua Siregar, Hery Pandapotan Silitonga. (2020). Development of Wastewater Treatment (Ipal) Communal Plant in Village Pardomuan Nauli in the District Laguboti District Toba Samosir with the Power of Community Participation. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 7609-7617. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/25116