Socialization of Dahril Bottle as Culture Medium of Chlorella sp to Produce Free Oxygen in Closed Room

Tengku Dahril, Aras Mulyadi, Efawani .

Abstract


Haze is an atmosphere phenomenon where dust, smoke, smog and other dry particles obscure the clarify of the sky.  Since 1991, haze has been a particularly acute problem in Southeast Asia, especially in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. The main sources of the haze has been forest fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan. In 2015, due to forest fires in Sumatra and Kalimantan Island, Indonesia the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and surrounding areas became shrouded in a pall of noxious fumes, smelling of ash and coal for more than one month. The main sources of haze where the farmers plantation of their owner land and miners have set hundreds of the fires in the forest to clear land during dry weather. Wind blow most of the fumes across the narrow strait of Malacca to Malaysia and Singapore, although parts of Indonesia especially Pelalawan District of Riau are also affected. In order to solute this problems, the study has been conducted using microalgae (Chlorella sp) where cultured in Dahril bottle to produce free oxygen (O?) and to eliminate haze impact in closed room. Microalgae is a pioneer organisms that living in the ocean for along period of ancient times. They play an important role to transform carbon dioxide and water to the ingredients for animal and human being and free oxygen in the water and in the air (sky). The microalgae can grow quickly under good and extreme conditions (salt, alkaline, hot, colt, etc.). Microalgae is a small, renewable bio-energy for human and environmental sustainable today and tomorrow.


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