International peer-reviewed journals published in Indonesia by Department of Environmental Engineering, Sepuluh Nopember Institute of Technology (ITS) Surabaya, and Indonesian Society of Sanitary and Environmental Engineers (IATPI) Jakarta, with a focus on three sanitation platforms and open access publications. Three journals are published with alternating time of publication. Each journal is published four times a year. Frequency setting is intended to form a "T" as a symbol of three platforms.
|Description||Journal of Applied Phytotechnology in Environmental Sanitation (JAPES)||Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation (JASES)||Journal of Applied Technology in Environmental Sanitation (JATES)|
|Frequency||Four times a year: January, February, April, and May.||Quarterly: March, June, September, and December.||Four times a year: July, August, October, and November.|
|Purpose||The journal is to promote the use of plants in their ability to overcome the problem of environmental sanitation, which strengthens the solution of environmental problems.||Publication of the journal is intended to promote the development of new sciences in environmental sanitation, which strengthens the solution of environmental problems.||The journal is published to share the experience of infrastructure development and learn the weaknesses and strengths of existing infrastructure, to avoid similar mistakes and to develop it properly.|
Published papers||40 (since
2012)||207 (since 2006)||
72 (since 2011)|
10 (since 2012)||420 (since 2006)||
36 (since 2011)|
Volume 2 Number 4 May 2013||Volume 8 Number 1
March 2013||Volume 2 Number 4
Volume 3 Number 1 January 2014 (in progress)||
Volume 8 Number 2 June 2013 (in press)||
Volume 3 Number 1 July 2013 (in press)|
|Capacity||Starting in 2013, publication of each issue is limited to a maximum of five papers and an author can publish one title.||Starting in 2012, publication of each issue is limited to a maximum of ten papers and an author can publish one title.||Starting in 2013, publication of each issue is limited to a maximum of ten papers and an author can publish one title.|
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