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Contamination-remedying technology based on biotechnology. ; Bioremediation. Biotechnology wo mochiita osen shufuku gijutsu. ; Bioremediation

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Abstract

Bioremediation technology is outlined. The bioremediation technology is a contamination-remedying technology for the injurious chemical matter discharged in the environment to be made innocuous by utilizing the decomposing ability of microorganisms. That technology is characterized by its energywise economical performance, secondary waste which is not producible and remedy which is possible on site against the contamination. As a treatment system, that technology comprises solid phase bioremediation (The contaminated soil is purified in a soil treatment unit.), slurry phase bioremediation (The contaminated soil is made slurry and decomposed by microorganisms.) and in-situ bioremediation (The treatment is made by injecting nutrients and microorganisms underground.). As for how to use the microorganisms, there are two methods: One in which living groups of microorganisms are activated and the other in which microorganisms are artificially cultivated. As contaminants in the US, listed are organic solvent, wood preservative, high-molecular aromatic halide, agricultural chemical, military waste, heavy metal waste and radioactive waste. 11 refs., 5 figs., 1 tab.
Authors:
Nishimura, M [1] 
  1. The Japan Research Institute, Ltd., Osaka (Japan)
Publication Date:
Aug 01, 1993
Product Type:
Journal Article
Reference Number:
NEDO-93-950500; EDB-94-008688
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Bio Industry; (Japan); Journal Volume: 10:8
Subject:
59 BASIC BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES; 54 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES; 09 BIOMASS FUELS; BIODEGRADATION; MICROORGANISMS; BIOTECHNOLOGY; MEDIATION; POLLUTION ABATEMENT; CHEMICAL EFFLUENTS; ACTIVATION ENERGY; ADDITIVES; CULTIVATION; ENERGY CONSERVATION; RADIOACTIVE WASTES; SITE PREPARATION; SLURRIES; SOILS; SOLVENTS; CHEMICAL REACTIONS; CHEMICAL WASTES; DECOMPOSITION; DISPERSIONS; ENERGY; MATERIALS; MIXTURES; NONRADIOACTIVE WASTES; RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS; SUSPENSIONS; WASTES; 550700* - Microbiology; 540220 - Environment, Terrestrial- Chemicals Monitoring & Transport- (1990-); 090900 - Biomass Fuels- Processing- (1990-); 550200 - Biochemistry
OSTI ID:
5695039
Country of Origin:
Japan
Language:
Japanese
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 0910-6545; CODEN: BIINEG
Submitting Site:
NEDO
Size:
Pages: 6-12
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Nishimura, M. Contamination-remedying technology based on biotechnology. ; Bioremediation. Biotechnology wo mochiita osen shufuku gijutsu. ; Bioremediation. Japan: N. p., 1993. Web.
Nishimura, M. Contamination-remedying technology based on biotechnology. ; Bioremediation. Biotechnology wo mochiita osen shufuku gijutsu. ; Bioremediation. Japan.
Nishimura, M. 1993. "Contamination-remedying technology based on biotechnology. ; Bioremediation. Biotechnology wo mochiita osen shufuku gijutsu. ; Bioremediation." Japan.
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title = {Contamination-remedying technology based on biotechnology. ; Bioremediation. Biotechnology wo mochiita osen shufuku gijutsu. ; Bioremediation}
author = {Nishimura, M}
abstractNote = {Bioremediation technology is outlined. The bioremediation technology is a contamination-remedying technology for the injurious chemical matter discharged in the environment to be made innocuous by utilizing the decomposing ability of microorganisms. That technology is characterized by its energywise economical performance, secondary waste which is not producible and remedy which is possible on site against the contamination. As a treatment system, that technology comprises solid phase bioremediation (The contaminated soil is purified in a soil treatment unit.), slurry phase bioremediation (The contaminated soil is made slurry and decomposed by microorganisms.) and in-situ bioremediation (The treatment is made by injecting nutrients and microorganisms underground.). As for how to use the microorganisms, there are two methods: One in which living groups of microorganisms are activated and the other in which microorganisms are artificially cultivated. As contaminants in the US, listed are organic solvent, wood preservative, high-molecular aromatic halide, agricultural chemical, military waste, heavy metal waste and radioactive waste. 11 refs., 5 figs., 1 tab.}
journal = {Bio Industry; (Japan)}
volume = {10:8}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Japan}
year = {1993}
month = {Aug}
}