Microbial Risk Assessment (MRA) As a Method of Assessment for Drinking Water Refll in Pattinggaloang District of Makassar City

Authors

  • Alfina Baharuddin1, Muhammad Ichsan2

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v14i2.3197

Keywords:

Drink water, MRA, E.coli, Microbial risk

Abstract

Refill drinking water is one of the answers to meeting the needs of Indonesian drinking water that is cheap and practical. This is the reason why people choose AMIU to be consumed. The purpose of this study is to determine the risk of microbial drinking water in the community consumed in the working area of Pattingaloang Public Health Center in Makassar in 2019 This type of research is descriptive with Microbial Risk Assessment (MRA) assessment on refill drinking water. The sampling technique was done by a total of 6 depot drinking water refill sampling. Data processing is done by the SPPS method, the data presentation is carried out using tables accompanied by narration. Laboratory results carried out on 6 samples of refill drinking water obtained were as many as 6 samples which were stated to be Positive (+) containing bacteria. Coli Based on a Quantitative Risk Assessment, it was concluded that from 6 DAMIU samples had a high risk concentration, for the estimated number of bacteriaE. Coli in Refill Drinking Water in the surrounding area of the Pattingaloang Health Center in Makassar City. It is recommended for consumers to refill drinking water in cooking first, because pollution / contamination can occur starting from the process of taking raw water, processing and packaging / filling in gallons.

Author Biography

Alfina Baharuddin1, Muhammad Ichsan2

1Postgraduated of Environmental Health University Moslem of Indonesia, 2Lecturer in Departement of Environmental Health University Moslem of Indonesia

Published

2020-04-29

How to Cite

Alfina Baharuddin1, Muhammad Ichsan2. (2020). Microbial Risk Assessment (MRA) As a Method of Assessment for Drinking Water Refll in Pattinggaloang District of Makassar City . Indian Journal of Forensic Medicine & Toxicology, 14(2), 1793-1798. https://doi.org/10.37506/ijfmt.v14i2.3197