Bioremediation HELP!

Ted pedersen at spiderweb.com.au
Sat Jan 23 22:16:05 EST 1999

On 14 Jul 1997 17:56:16 GMT, ae159 at FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Paul
Michniewicz) wrote:

>I am doing some research into the area of bioremediation (the use of
>micro-organisms to decompose polluted ecologies).  The focus of my
study is
>the biology and biochemistry of the biodegradation in petroleum
>soils.  Much of what I've found seems to be directed towards the
>and engineering of bioreactors and process.  I would like to focus my
>on the microbes themselves and degredation pathways for PAHs and
>If anyone out there knows of any good references, journal articles,
>or discussion groups, I would be most grateful if you could relay
>information to me.
>thanks in advance,
>Anyone who considers arithmetical methods of producing 
>random digits is of course, in a state of sin.
>				- John von Neumann

Hello Paul

There are several companies who supply strains and mixtures of strains
specifically selected and developed for degradation of hydrocarbons.
Most of these have been developed for in-situ application. One of the
best ranges I have found is from INTERBIO. They have a web page which
you can find through most search engines. These bacteria respond
quickly to the appropriate substrate and can be isolated for analysis.


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