29 January 2008

Special issue: Pollutant control by microbial technology

International Journal of Environment and Pollution 32(1) 2008
  • Biodegradation of phenol in refinery wastewater by pure cultures of Pseudomonas aeruginosa NCIB 950 and Pseudomonas fluorescence NCIB 3756
  • Microbial degradation of phenols: a review
  • The process of flotation: an efficient solid/liquid separation technique for biological materials
  • Treatment of distillery anaerobic effluent in a hybrid biological reactor
  • Potential of biofiltration for VOCs emission control and safety aspects
  • Phenol degradation and microbial characteristics in upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactors at ambient and mesophilic temperatures
  • Behaviour of bacterial extracellular polymeric substances from activated sludge: a review
  • Distribution and characterisation of nitrogen-utilising bacteria in a eutrophic shallow lake in eastern China
  • Characterisation of a bioassay using the marine alga Dunaliella tertiolecta associated with spectroscopic (visible and infrared) detection
  • Supporting the development of environmentally sustainable technologies and products: the role of innovation, informal cooperation and governmental agency

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