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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 7, July 2021 Edition

International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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The Development Of Green Infrastructure Concept At The Green Campus, Semarang City Nur Qudus, Ispen Safrel, Bambang Sugiyarto, Naufal Tinov,

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Lia Risqi Nurjanah



Green campus, Green infrastructure, environmental conservation, rainwater catchment, rainwater infiltration.



The green infrastructure development to manage rainwater excess on the surface of the ground can be performed by using various methods including collecting rainwater for immediate use, or in artificial reservoirs and then absorbed into the ground. This is the implementation of the concept of rain harvesting, and Low Impact Development (LID). Using the environmentally friendly concept is expected that rainwater can be stored, utilized, and added to the potential sources of ground water. This study analyzed the engineering of green infrastructure which consisted of mapping several aspects: LID and rainwater harvesting. This study also discussed about the use of the layout of Sekaran campus at Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES) in developing the Green Campus. The results of the analysis showed that area of rainwater catchment in the form of the roof surface = 76686.42 m2, 108 bio pore holes, 1 water reservoir and 4 infiltration gardens. The number of areas that have not yet been built (unbuilt up area) which is subsequently converted to a built-up area and potential as an impermeable region is 99903, 19 m2. The impact of campus infrastructure development causes a reduction in green open space. The solution to the above problems is that UNNES can implement the green infrastructure concept at the Sekaran Campus, (UNNES) by meeting the zero delta Q requirements as an effort to support the implementation of a green campus. One of the efforts is to make 69 to 133 infiltration wells located in the area of UNNES.



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