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Environmental pollution has been on the rise in the past few decades owing to increased human activities on energy reservoirs, unsafe agricultural practices and rapid industrialization. Amongst the pollutants that are of environmental and public health concerns due to their toxicities are: heavy metals, nuclear wastes, pesticides, green house gases, and hydrocarbons.
- Bioremediation of Mined Waste Land
- Bioremediation of oil contaminated soil using agricultural wastes via microbial consortium
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Site Menu expand. Dana L. Donlan and J. Bioremediation is a natural process which relies on bacteria, fungi, and plants to alter contaminants as these organisms carry out their normal life functions.
Bioremediation of Mined Waste Land
The soil is a complex mixture of organic matter and minerals, supporting a discrete array of life. Severely polluted soils have been detoxified using a variety of microorganisms. Bioremediation is a process of removal of environmental contaminants utilizing microbes through a variety of enzymatic processes. In situ processing, high public acceptance, and a comparatively lower cost hasten the overall process of bioremediation. However, it is not always effective due to its relatively long time scales and the variable range of contaminants. Varying degrees of success rate have been noticed at different sites worldwide.
Bioremediation of oil contaminated soil using agricultural wastes via microbial consortium
Handbook of Environmental Materials Management pp Cite as. The economic development and ever growing industrialization has improved the GDP and hence standard of living in the entire countries of the world. But all these are accompanied with environmental degradation as a price of development. Mining is very important next only to agriculture and also critical to the development of a nation. So far, most mining activities have been unscientific with scant respect for environmental protection. The damages to land go on increasing with accelerated rates and land is degraded with their cumulative effects. Land is most important basic natural resource and influences every sphere of human activity.
be a viable and effective way for mitigating soil contamination. In the Environment: unavailability or low productivity of the land for crops intended for food/feed urban waste, chemical and biological warfare  (Table 1). Available online: knutsfordlitfest.org (accessed on.
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Comparison of biostimulation and bioaugmentation techniques for the remediation of used motor oil contaminated soil. This study was carried out on the bioremediation of used motor oil contaminated soil artificially contaminated to a pollutant level of 40,ppm using biostimulation and bioaugmentation remediation techniques for 42 days. Four treatment options were investigated in wooden microcosms: Control T1 , water amended T2 , biostimulation T3 and hybrid of biostimulation and bioaugmentation T4. The effectiveness of bioremediation processes were monitored using the total petroleum hydrocarbon removal TPH and total bacterial count TBC. T3 had the highest TPH removal rate
Bioremediation is a biological mechanism of recycling wastes in to another form that can used and reused by other organisms. Nowadays, the world is facing the problem of different environmental pollution. Microorganisms are essential for a key alternative solution to overcome challenges. Microorganisms are survive in all place on the biosphere because of their metabolic activity is astonishing; then come into existence in all over range of environmental conditions.
Handbook of Environmental Materials Management pp Cite as. The economic development and ever growing industrialization has improved the GDP and hence standard of living in the entire countries of the world. But all these are accompanied with environmental degradation as a price of development. Mining is very important next only to agriculture and also critical to the development of a nation.