He said, The bioremediation
techniques involves the treatment of waste water and converts it into clean water that can be used for various purposes including irrigation of crops etc.
requires compliance with all applicable laws and regulations including OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens standard (29 CFR 1910.
In this regard NIB in collaboration with Standing Committee on Economic and Commercial Cooperation (COMCEC) organized a twoday international workshop on "Pakistan Bioremediation
Model for Capacity Building," to share the experiences of other member countries.
In this connection National Institute of Bioremediation
is organizing this 2day workshop on December 1011 in Pakistan Model of Bioremediation
is one of the breakthroughs in combating wastewater treatment, reduction of waterborne diseases and rehabilitation of biodiversity, conservation of aquatic plants and improvement of echoenvironment.
technology uses micro-organisms to reduce, eliminate or transform contaminants present in soils, sediments or water.
For most bioremediation
, proper environmental conditions must be maintained for microbial growth.
Keywords: mass transfer, bioremediation
, roller bioreactor, bead mill bioreactor, baffles, enhancements
Organic chemicals amenable to aerobic bioremediation
include many gasoline and petroleum compounds including benzene, toluene and xylene.
Ganey and Boyd (2005) used the bioremediation
of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) as an example, which was an excellent choice.
The technical mechanism bioremediation
and its advantages have been well understood for some time now," said Joseph Dougherty, vice president of sales at IEP.
Inspired by recent successes at using microbes in fuel cells to produce energy, researchers have devised a bioremediation
system that electrically stimulates bacteria to break down toxic chemicals in the environment.
Watchdogs have raised concerns that bioremediation
might not work on soil piles as large as the one at Santa Susana and could end up spreading contamination to the bedrock.