Bioremediation of Artificial Diesel-Contaminated Soil Using Bacterial Consortium Immobilized to Plasma-Pretreated Wood Waste

Bioaugmentation is a bioremediation option based on increasing the natural in-situ microbial population that possesses the ability to degrade the contaminating pollutant. In this study, a diesel-degrading consortium was obtained from an oil-contaminated soil. The diesel-degrading consortium was grow...

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Main Authors: Ravit Farber, Alona Rosenberg, Shmuel Rozenfeld, Gabi Benet, Rivka Cahan
Format: Article
Published: MDPI AG 2019-10-01
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