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Social evolution of toxic metal bioremediation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa, by Siobhán O'Brien, David J. Hodgson and Angus Buckling (abstract)

Surfactant-assisted enhancement of bioremediation rate for hexavalent chromium by water extract of Sajina (Moringa oleifera) flower The presence of hexavalent chromium in waste water is a serious environmental problem due to its toxicity and carcinogenicity. Bioremediation is an efficient alternative to the conventional chemical methods of treatment. Bioremediation of toxic hexavalent chromium is done by the reduction of hexavalent chromium to relatively less toxic trivalent chromium. In this study, water extract of Sajina flower, which contains different types of reducing components such as sugar, amino acid, is used as reductant and the rate of bioremediation is increased by treatment with anionic and neutral surfactants.

Bioremediation of Cr(VI) Polluted Wastewaters by Sorption on Heat Inactivated Saccharomyces cerevisiae Biomass, by R.M. Hlihor; M. Diaconu; D. Fertu; C. Chelaru; I. Sandu; T. Tavares Gheorghe Asachi, Technical University of Iasi, Romania, Department of Environmental Engineering and Management, D. Mangeron Street, 700050 Iasi, Romania; INCDTP Division - Leather and Footwear Research Institute, Bucharest, Romania; Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iasi, 11 Carol I Blvd., 700506 Iasi, Romania; University of Minho, Department of Biological Engineering, Campus de Gualtar, 4710-057, Braga, Portugal (abstract)

The Mudball Ball: A Bioremediation Celebration

Integrated water quality, emergy and economic evaluation of three bioremediation treatment systems for eutrophic water (abstract)

Community Forests International workshops Community Forests International continues its tradition of hands-on learning this year with 1-day workshops that connect regional experts to people from across the Maritimes.

Journal of Bioremediation & Biodegradation The "Old-New" Challenges of Water, Sanitation and Bioremediation in Developing Countries, editorial, by Roman Tandlich, Environmental Health and Biotechnology Research Group, Division of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa

Inducible chromate reductase exhibiting extracellular activity in Bacillus methylotrophicus for chromium bioremediation (abstract)

educational materials DoDEA Biotechnology Engineering Course

the Berkshire Edge News & Views Bioremediation of toxic waste under way at Log Home site, by Heather Bellow

Advances in Applied Bioremediation (Soil Biology) by Ajay Singh (Editor), Ramesh C. Kuhad (Editor), Owen P. Ward (Editor) (download free - click here)

Geobiotechnology I: Metal-related Issues (Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology) Axel Schippers (Editor), Franz Glombitza (Editor), Wolfgang Sand (Editor)

Bioremediation and Sustainability: Research and Applications Romeela Mohee (Author), Ackmez Mudhoo (Author)

Biotechnology and Biodegradation (Advances in applied biotechnology series)

Geomicrobiology and Biogeochemistry (Soil Biology) Nagina Parmar (Editor), Ajay Singh (Editor)

education video lecture: Bioremediation: Hope / Hype for Environmental Cleanup, The Berkeley Lab Summer Lecture Series, presented by Terry Hazen, Senior Staff Scientist and Head of Ecology Department, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Symposiumthe Third International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies, May 18-21, 2015, Miami, Florida. Call for Abstracts, anticipated technical program scope and other aspects of the conference.

Symposium 6th European Bioremediation Conference Chania, Crete, Greece, June 29-July 2, 2015

study Enzymatic Bioremediation of Effluent from Sugarcane Bagasse Soda Delignification Process (abstract)

study Effect of Red Clay on Diesel Bioremediation and Soil Bacterial Community (abstract)

study Symbiotic bioremediation of aquaculture wastewater in reducing ammonia and phosphorus utilizing Effective Microorganism (EM-1) and microalgae (Chlorella sp.) (abstract)

University of British Columbia Environmental Stewardship & Bioremediation, The BioFoundry: Research Group of Prof. Vikramaditya G. Yadov

news researchers simplify process to purify water using seed extracts

bioremediation book "Applied Bioremediation: Active and Passive Approaches" ed. by Yogesh B. Patil and Prakash Rao
2013 | ISBN: 9535112006 9789535112006 | 405 pages | PDF | 23 MB
This book consists of diverse mix of interesting chapters that focusses on use of active as well as passive biomass for the development of bioremediation technologies for the management of industrial effluents and contaminated land. This book should prove to be useful to the graduate and postgraduate students, research scholars, professors, scientists and bioremediation professionals in the diverse areas of life sciences like biotechnology, microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and soil and environmental sciences and management. Also see: Applied Bioremediation: Active and Passive Approaches. Daramend® used in Bioremediation of Pesticide Impacted Soil/Sediment Approximately 4,500 tons of impacted soil were excavated and placed in a prepared bed on site and a cycled, anaerobic/aerobic bioremediation treatment protocol was administered. See also: Bioremediation of Soil Containing Organic Explosives by using Daramend® Daramend® bioremediation effectively reduced the concentrations of TNT, DNT and Tetryl during two separate pilot-scale demonstrations on contaminated soil. Daramend bioremediation was also effectively applied during a full-scale (3,000 ton) demonstration of the technology at the same site on TNT impacted soil. In-situ bioremediation for treatment of sewage flowing in natural drains. Abstract. The study is aimed to treat sewage flowing in open drains by application of especially developed microbial consortium - a bioremediation method. The objective of the study is that sewage may be stabilized in drains thereby giving relief to the citizens from exposure of obnoxious harmful gases and unhygienic situations which prevail in the vicinity of open drains, and to reduce concentration of water polluting parameters like biochemical oxygen demand, chemical oxygen demand, total dissolved solids, total suspended solids including odour control.

academic paper (must pay to read) Pilot-scale in situ bioremediation of HMX and RDX in soil pore water in Hawaii; Zachary M. Payne, Krishna M. Lamichhane, Roger W. Babcock, and Stephen J. Turnbulld. A nine-month in situ bioremediation study was conducted in Makua Military Reservation (MMR) in Oahu, Hawaii (USA) to evaluate the potential of molasses to enhance biodegradation of royal demolition explosive (RDX) and high-melting explosive (HMX) contaminated soil below the root zone. MMR has been in operation since the 1940's resulting in subsurface contamination that in some locations exceeds USEPA preliminary remediation goals for these chemicals. A nonprofit organization, located in Berkeley, California, that focuses on the environmental impacts of urban residents. - See more at: Ecology Center bioremediation blog - click here. A growing list of permaculture projects worldwide. This is the premier place to find out who is doing what, and where, in the permaculture world. You can search for projects by keyword, and/or filter to specific project types.

Bioremediation for copper August 27, 2013 - TRC, SMDA & AEW Win Environmental Award for Innovative Program at Michigan Landfills. This requires a WSJ subscription to read.

Digital Journal Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 21, 2013 - Enviro-Equipment Inc., a leading innovator of in situ bioremediation solutions, announced today that a second round of groundwater samples has confirmed that the majority of wells at the site treated with the patent-pending CleanInject® system have reached site specific target levels (SSTL). The S.C. Department of Health & Environmental Control (SCDHEC)-approved treatment, which involved injecting powdered activated carbon (PAC) into a petroleum impacted formation to remediate the groundwater and soil, was conducted in August 2012 on a State of South Carolina stimulus site.

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