Track 13: Bioremediation
Bioremediation and adsorption of recycling organic contaminants as well as the immobilization, mobilization, and/or transformation of metal(loid)s are the main remediation processes involved. From a practical, economic, and environmental standpoint, using biological processes recycling to clean up contaminated locations has several benefits. Many microorganisms, particularly extremophiles that can survive in harsh environments with high concentrations of pollutants, can mediate these processes. Enzymes can be utilized in bioremediation of recycling as complete cells, such as bacteria, fungus, or algae, or they can be given to the polluted region separately as isolated enzymes. Aeration, vaccination, and nourishment are also required continuously. In addition, environmental circumstances recycling should be favourable for the existence of microorganisms, even if there may still be hazardous substances in the environment that prevent their activity.
- Track 1-1 Data-assisted enzyme engineering
- Track 2-2 Microbial enzymes
- Track 3-3 Future in Bioremediation
- Track 4-4 Latest techniques