Volume : V, Issue : VIII, August - 2015

Physiochemical Analysis of Textile Industry Effluent and Bioremediation of Dyes by Bacterial Species

Tambekar, Dh, Rp Sontakke

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<p><p> In the present study an attempt was made toexamine the potential of different bacterial strains fordecolorization of Congo Red from highly polluted drain, locally known as Buddha Nala, Ludhiana. The bacterial strains used in the study wereKlebsiella sp Staphylococcus sp, Pseudomonas sp and Bacillus sp.Outof theseBacillus sp. emerged out to be most potentdecolourizer, being selected for further studies.Over the years, with the active spread and development of the industries, Heavy Metal, which are either used, or produced as by–products by numerous manufacturing, industrial, refining and mining processes have become ubiquitous, persistent environmental pollutants. To overcome the difficulties posed by conventional wastewater treatment systems bioremediation has emerged as a promising technology in the past few years for the treatment of industrial dye effluents and contaminated soil.</p></p>

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Tambekar, DH, RP Sontakke Physio Chemical Analysis of Textile Industry Effluentand Bioremediation of Dyesby Bacterial Species Indian Journal of Applied Research, Vol.5, Issue : 8 August 2015

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