Whereas economic growth is recognized as the most important instrument for the decline in global poverty levels in the past 50 years, not all countries have been equally successful at reducing poverty, and income inequality has risen considerably within and among countries. Moreover, current production processes cannot be sustained within planetary boundaries: resource depletion, climate change, massive increases in waste production and pollution are challenges that have endured. The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development calls upon countries to pursue a different kind of growth, one that is socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable.

The driving force of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or Industry 4.0, will be innovation – experimenting with different ways to make use of a range of emerging physical, digital and biological technologies that transform how we produce, consume, and interact and, ultimately, how it meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). New technologies include remarkable advances in artificial intelligence, robotics, automation, the Internet of Things, 3D printing and additive manufacturing, nanotechnology, and biotechnology.

Industry 4.0 describes the integration of modern Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) with traditional physical products and processes, which will create new business models and new markets. The major idea of Industry 4.0 is the introduction of internet technologies into industry. Currently, industrial production is facing serious challenges, because information and communication technologies – e.g. the Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), Embedded Systems (ES), Augmented Reality (AR), Machine-to-Machine Communication (M2M), Cloud Computing –are entering the factory. I4.0 is a generic term, a vision that shows where the journey in industrial production is going.

Steering Committee : Prof. Ir. Renanto, M.Sc., Prof. Akhmad Fauzi, M.M., Dr. Dra. Jariyah, M.P.,Prof. Dr. Soemargono, S.U., Prof. Dr. Ir. Sri Redjeki, M.T., Euis Nurul H, S.T., M.T., Ph.D., Ir. Kindriari Nurma W, M.T.,Dr. Ir. Minto Waluyo, M.M

Chief of the committee: Dr. Ir. Sintha Soraya S, M.T., Dr. Farida Pulansari, S.T., M.T.

Publication and Documentation Division: Anugerah Dani P, S.TP., M.P., M.Sc., Rizka Novembriato, S.T., M.T, Ahmad Fahri Husaini, Lucky Bayu Riantin

Event Division: Dr. Dra. Wulan Retno W, M.Pd, Aulia Ulfa Farahdiba, S.T., M.Sc., Beta Cahaya Pertiwi, Sucahyaning Wahyu T.K

Secretariat Division: Dr. Dira Ernawati, S.T., M.T., Kinanti R. Hayati, S. Hum., M.A., Riski Ayu Anggreini, S.TP., M.Sc., Indah Fitriana Solichah, S.T.

Funding and Equipment Division: Rachmad Ramadhan Y, S.T., M.T., Yusron Falah, S.T.

Consumption Division: Husnul Yaqien, S.T., Erna Yuliani, Nia Tri Lestari, S.Kom

Transportation Division: Adi Suprapto, S.P.

Published: 2020-11-02

Observation of Canna lily for Phytotechnology in Constructed Wetland

Ram Babu Pachwarya, Euis Nurul Hidayah, Rizka Novembrianto, Yuliatin Ali Syamsiah

34-40

Effect of Fly Ash Height in the Adsorption Column to Remove Phosphate in Laundry Wastewater

Hafidya Norista Pramesti, Wisnu Setyabudi, Euis Nurul Hidayah , Okik Hendriyanto Cahyonugroho, Yayok Suryo Purnomo

47-51

Optimization of Biscuit from Pedada Fruit and Purple Sweet Potato Flour

Jariyah, Ulya Sarofa, Nurul Absyah Wahyuningtyas

64-71

FTIR Analysis of MgO/TiO2 Nanocomposite on Adsorption of Remazol Turquoise Blue Dye

Muhammad Abdus Salam Jawwad, Restu Hikmah Ayu Murti, Ya-Fen Wang, Sheng-Jie You

72-75

Performance of Spirulina Platensis in Oxidation Ditch Reactor for treating To-fu Wastewater

Lolita Kurniasari, Savira Safrilia, Ni Made Maya Febriana Ramadhany, Iqbal Ramadhan, Euis Nurul Hidayah

86-90

Integrating CBS and WBS in Construction Projects by Using Data Analytics

Mik Wanul Khosiin, Wei-Chih Wang, Indradi Wijatmiko

91-95

Oxidation Ditch Reactor to Remove Ammonia and Phosphate in Tofu Wastewater and Skin Tanning Wastewater

Ni Made Maya Febriana Ramadhany, Savira Safrialia, Lolita Kurniasari, Iqbal Ramadhan, Euis Nurul Hidayah , Aulia Ulfa Farahdiba

102-106

Application of Thomas Model to Determine the Capacity of Bintaro Fruit Shell Adsorbent

Timothy Blessing , Okik Hendriyanto, Euis Nurul Hidayah , Anis Artyani

107-111

Borax as a Non-Food Grade Addivite in the Perspective of Foof Safety and Human Resources Formation: A Literature Review

Yunita Satya Pratiwi, Dina Mustika Rini , Hadi Munarko , Hadi Prayitno, Ristya Widi Endah Yani, Nadia Shoukat, Kaleem Ahmad

119-126

Survey of Livestock Counting and Tracking Methods

Farah Sarwar, Timotius Pasang , Anthony Griffin , Saeed-Ur-Rehman

150-157

Synthesis of Edible Film from Crab Shell Chitosan and Banana Peel Starch

Sintha Soraya Santi, Ayu Puspita Kandhi Hariyanto, Muhamad Dendy Hartono

158-164

Study of Making Potassium Posphate from Seaweed Industrial Wastewater

Caecilia Pujiastuti, Ketut Sumada, Yustina Ngatilah, Vika Widya P, Purwanto Arief S

170-174

Study the Effect of Smoking on the Potential of Human Resources

Sunardi, Muhammad Rezki Agus Kurniawan, MT Safirin

183-188

Extraction of Tannin From Ketapang Leaves (Terminalia catappa Linn)

Sintha Soraya Santi, Febriana Irawati , Nita Prastica

196-199

Biosorption of Total Chrome Metals on Leather Tannery Liquid Waste Using Tofu Dregs

Muhammad Aji Pangestu, Yahya Ardian Yuma Pracesa, Dyah Suci Perwitasari

200-204

Reduction of Chrom Ion (Cr) With Ion Exchange Resin in Liquid Waste of Leather Tanning

Resy Mareta Dwi Saputri, Pingky Marcella Aurellia, Dyah Suci Perwitasari

205-208

Utilizing Organic Waste (Sugarcane Bagasse and Sugarcane Leaves) as Bio Briquettes through Pyrolysis Process

Erwan Adi Saputro, Mu’tasim Billah, Arieanthi Laksminingsih, Yuda Eka Mardiansyah, Rachmad Ramadhan Yogaswara, Nove Kartika Erliyanti

216-220

Effect of Dope Composition and Additive Agent on the Properties of La0.6Sr04Co0.2Fe0.8O3-? Asymmetric Flat Membranes

Silvana Dwi Nurherdiana, Mohammad Hasnan Habib, Wahyu Prasetyo Utomo, Yuly Kusumawati, Syafsir Akhlus, , Hamzah Fansuri

253-263

Different Dietary Protein Sources Affect the Intestinal Tight Junctions in the Colon of Mice

Dina Mustika Rini , Yunita Satya Pratiwi , Hadi Munarko , Takuya Suzuki

264-270

Wetland Saline Water and Acid Mine Drainage Desalination by InterlayeFree Silica Pectin Membrane from Banan Peels

Muthia Elma, Akhbar, Fitri Ria Mustalifah, Lilis Suryani, Erdina Lulu Atika Rampun, Aulia Rahma

271-279

Groundwater Risk Assessment as an Impact of Land Use in the Groundwater Basin of Salatiga, Province of Central Java, Salatiga

Destha A. Kesuma, Purwanto Purwanto, Thomas T. Putranto, Tara Puri Ducha Rahmani, Sintha Soraya Santi

288-299