What is it about?
In recent times, MBBR has gained a lot of emphasis in remediation processes. Continuing from our previous paper on bioremediation of nitrogenous wastes by heterotrophs, we established the isolates in the form of biofilms on MBBR carriers and checked for their efficiency in effective remediation of toxic nitrogenous compounds in 2 and 20 litres of fish processing waste water.
Why is it important?
Use of fish processing effluents and their effective and complete remediation up to 20 litres of system showed the efficiency of this mixed biofilm in removal of nitrogenous toxic wastes higher than many of the reported MBBR systems.
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