LAW ENFORCEMENT OF RIVER WATER QUALITY POLLUTION IN THE CITY OF A THOUSAND RIVERS BASED ON STRICT LIABILITY
This study aims to analyze environmental criminal law enforcement by law enforcement actors in Banjarmasin, namely the Police and the Attorney General's Office to corporate parties or business actors as well as legal obstacles that arise in the implementation of criminal practices faced by law enforcement actors if the corporation pollute water where the water is the source of life for Banjarmasin residents who live on the banks of the river or businesses or industries or corporations that produce waste that can pollute the rivers in Banjarmasin.
This research is a normative-empirical research that analyzes based on laws and regulations regarding environmental management and environmental impacts, questionnaire data from communities, businesses, industries, corporations that are near or above the rivers in Banjarmasin.
The approach in this study uses the statute approach, fact approach, and analytical conceptual approach. In accordance with its normative nature. Legal materials are analyzed descriptively in an evaluative, interpretative, systematic, constructive and argumentative manner using existing theories and concepts and after that analysis is carried out so that conclusions can be drawn.
Article 35 paragraph (1) UUPPLH which is subject to the principle of absolute accountability. Businesses and activities that cause major and significant impacts are businesses and activities that are required to implement RKL and RPL which are part of the AMDAL document, while businesses and activities that use B3 and/or businesses and activities that generate B3 waste are businesses and activities that have high risk. can pollute and/or damage the environment and/or endanger the environment, health, and the survival of other living things so that the use must be optimal. But not all business activities are subject to the principle of absolute accountability.