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anaerobic bio-filtration with the time of 1, 2, and 3 hours. Evaluation of the tests was conducted using pre-test and post-test with control design which analysis was made descriptive and analytically using T-test with the error of about 5% (á =
0,05). Results of the experiment indicated that there was a tendency of BOD reduction of about 0.9% - 1.1% for the control samples, whereas the BOD reduction for leachate attained 82.3% -90.5%. Based on the T-Test, the probability result was 0.000 (p< á =0.05). This means that there is a significant difference in BOD reduction between control samples and leachate. In other words leachate treatment using coagulation – anaerobic bio-filtration can be taken as an alternative process to reduce BOD.
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