Intrinsic and Engineered Bioremediation: A review A Aarthy(14BBT0093) firstname.lastname@example.org Vishal Joshi (14BBT0097) email@example.com Abstract: With the rise in waste production, we need methods to tackle them. The conventional methods just transfer the waste from one site to another. Bioremediation is one of the solutions for waste management which is environmental friendly, efficient and cost effective. It depends on the ability of living organisms to degrade the contaminants. Though intrinsic bioremediation processes are present, it is slow and has some drawbacks.
184.108.40.206 Environmental Evaluation of SINTEF-BP Concept Cold flow concept generally promises positive effect on the environment and humans as it reduces the need for usage of chemicals (Larsen et al. 2003). With cold flow technology, it is also possible to transport the subsea production stream directly to shore, thus elimination of surface piercing structures (for example; production risers, production platforms like tension leg platform (TLP), fixed bottom platform, and Spars) that may influence the environment is possible as well. Environment can be affected if hurricanes occur and destroy the production risers which can result in pollution. Furthermore, this can result in the reduction in the number of people needed for deepwater offshore operations and less disruption of wildlife (Larsen et al.
COMPOSTING Through aerobic fermentation organic household waste can turned into fertilizer, which the process called composting. The use of fertilizers can more often makes plants, flowers and trees nutritious, fertilizers can be use in gardens, rice fields and in general agriculture. The good thing about composed waste is that it does not contribute to the danger of food pollution. Composting is somehow a method of recycling. Recycling biodegradable waste is considered as a disposal process, and not a production process.
The precipitation process creates solids from compounds that were once dissolved in solution, and these solids must be removed by filtration or sedimentation (Casiday et al 2008). However, this was the only variable that was tested. In order to increase the efficiency of the waste removal, mixing speeds and times, as well as resting times may be varied to reduce process time and efficiency. Also, depending on the setup of equipment and unique scenario, other chemicals may be preferable for inducing precipitation (EPA 2000). The ability to remove heavy metals, such as the Cu2+ ions in this experiment, is very important for water treatment applications.
As time goes by, people are racing to develop technologies in order to help solving problems, such as building the industries and all of its machines. However the industrial itself has several drawbacks such as the industrial waste. Sludge soil that contaminated by heavy metal is one of the examples of industrial waste. Heavy metals have a negative effect on human’s health, such as mental disorder. Exploration, transportation, and exploitation of crude oil can cause marine and terrestrial oil pollution.
The mixture is said to contain traces of pollen, soot, dust, smoke, and liquid (Particle Pollution, 2016). This form of air pollution appears to affect densely populated, high trafficked areas of the United States. Sources of PM can be traced to exhaust fumes from vehicles, work sites, and possibly nearby industrial plants. Further damage to air quality by PM, involves other harmful matter. PM goes through chemical reactions that involves nitrogen oxides and sulfur dioxides (Particulate Matter, n.d.).
LiquiGlide improves the users’ ability to safely and accurately measure product dosage. With LiquiGlide, the measuring cup portion of Tip ‘n’ Pour containers will no longer have dried-on product from previous applications, providing a clear and accurate view of the measuring line. When the product is evacuated, LiquiGlide ensures that the complete measured dose is dispensed, leaving no residue behind. LiquiGlide reduces the time and effort necessary to triple-rinse agrochemical packaging. This will have a positive environmental impact as it reduces the amount of water and reinstate necessary to clean packaging prior to disposal.
BIOCHEMICAL OXIDATION Auxiliary treatment by biochemical oxidation of broke down and colloidal natural mixes is material to a couple of horticultural and modern wastewaters. Convergance of some less edible mixes may be diminished by co-digestion system. Evacuation effectiveness is restricted by the base nourishment fixation require to maintain the treatment biological system. Compound OXIDATION Compound oxidation is utilized to evacuate steady natural contaminations and deposit of biochemical oxidation. Cleansing by compound oxidation eliminates microscopic organisms and microbial pathogens by including ozone, chlorine or hypochlorite to wastewater.