Drainage System Planning with Eco-Drainage Concept in Bumi Serpong Damai Housing Area (BSD)
Last modified: 2022-05-18
Drainage is one form of facility that must be designed as a drainage system for the flow of water for the area in order to meet the needs of the community. From a different perspective, this drainage functions to drain water from the surface to water bodies. A good drainage system needs to be provided for good surface water management, especially with changes in land use resulting in increased surface water flow. One form of drainage that can be a solution is eco-drainage. In this study, the eco-drainage concept is applied to a residential location in Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) to see the effect of eco-drainage applications in overcoming surface water flow problems. after implementing eco-drainage, the runoff flow of water that goes directly to the drainage canal can be reduced, for comparison with using the infiltration well system accommodated about 20% and the runoff discharge leading to the canal reduced to 0.1710 m3/s and also by using biopore holes accommodated approx. With total absorption capacity in channel 1 of about 0.0741 m3/s so as to reduce runoff to drainage by 27,85%.
Surface Water, Drainage, Eco-Drainage, Infiltration Well, Biopore Hole
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