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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 2, February 2021 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Strategy For Fullfilling Sustainable Clean Water Infrastructure In The Commercial Area Of Sentul City

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Edward Alfin, M. Yanuar J. Purwanto, Hadi Susilo Arifin, Satyanto Krido Saptomo



Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP)



Rapid economic growth followed by increased urbanization has resulted in an increase in water demand in an area. Like the independent city of Sentul City, Bogor Regency, the developer of the Sentul region that carries the concept of an independent city with its commercial area must meet its water needs independently. The purpose of this study is to look for strategies for meeting the right water infrastructure in. the independent area. The method used in this research is the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method. The results showed that the priority strategy for fulfilling clean water infrastructure in the commercial area of Sentul is the urban specific water infrastructure development strategy. This study also indicates that the priority goal for fulfilling the strategy is to improve the infrastructure of water harvesting in accordance with the needs of clean water. It is also known that the factors that influence the fulfillment of clean water infrastructure are Economic and Ecological Factors. Next to the actor who played a role in the initial conditions is the Government.



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