Evaluation of bioremediation competence of indigenous bacterial strains isolated from fabric dyeing effluent
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- Bioresource Technology Reports, 2020, 11, pp. 100536-100536
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© 2020 Elsevier Ltd In this present assessment, fabric dyeing wastewater was subjected to the characterization of physical-chemical parameters in terms of colour, TDS, COD and chloride. The indigenous bacterial strains were isolated from the effluent and identified as Bacillus velezensis, Chryseomicrobium imtechense, Planococcus maritimus and Sphingobacterium daejeonense by 16S rRNA gene sequencing method. The bioremediation competency of the strains was evaluated by conducting treatment process with monoculture and bacterial consortium. The consortia removed about 98%, 71.5%, 79%, 69.65% of colour, TDS, COD and chloride, respectively. Among the four isolates, monoculture of B. velezensis showed effective diminution of pollutants from the effluent than other strains. The bacterial degradation of pollutants was determined by GC–MS based on the disappearance of certain peaks after bioremediation. The results suggested that the bioremediation efficiency of bacterial strains can be utilized as an eco-friendly and inexpensive method for dyeing effluent treatment.
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