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Intake estimates of phthalate esters for South Delhi population based on exposure media assessment.
An indirect estimation method was followed to derive exposure levels of fifteen phthalate congeners in urban population of Delhi, India. The exposure media samples were collected from Jawaharlal… Expand
Biosorption Potency of Aspergillus niger for Removal of Chromium (VI)
Aspergillusniger isolated from soil and effluent of leather tanning mills had higher activity to remove chromium. The potency of Aspergillusniger was evaluated in shake flask culture by absorption of… Expand
Evaluation of bioremediation and detoxification potentiality of Aspergillus niger for removal of hexavalent chromium in soil microcosm
Abstract Aspergillus niger isolated from soil of leather tanning effluent had higher activity to remove chromium then the other fungal isolates. The potency of A. niger was evaluated in shake flask… Expand
Isolation, Purification and Characterization of Lipase from Microbacterium sp. and its Application in Biodiesel Production☆
Abstract Presently the world is facing the problem of scarcity of fossil fuel as it is a non-renewable source of energy. Biodiesel can be an alternative energy source having the advantage of being… Expand
In vitro toxicity evaluation of organic extract of landfill soil and its detoxification by indigenous pyrene-degrading Bacillus sp. ISTPY1
Abstract Organic contaminants present in okhla landfill soil belong to the group polyaromatic hydrocarbons, pharmaceutical compounds, steroidal compounds, personal care products and their… Expand
Isolation and process parameter optimization of Aspergillus sp. for removal of chromium from tannery effluent.
Five morphologically different fungi were isolated from leather tanning effluent in which Aspergillus sp. and Hirsutella sp. had higher potential to remove chromium. The potential of Aspergillus sp.… Expand
Bioassays for toxicological risk assessment of landfill leachate: A review.
- Pooja Ghosh, I. Thakur, A. Kaushik
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Ecotoxicology and environmental safety
- 1 July 2017
Landfilling is the most common solid waste management practice. However, there exist a potential environmental risk to the surface and ground waters due to the possible leaching of contaminants from… Expand
Removal of chromium and pentachlorophenol from tannery effluents.
Three bacterial strains, including one Acinetobacter sp. PCP3, grown in the presence of minimal salt medium and pentachlorophenol (PCP) as sole carbon source in the chemostat showed higher… Expand
Review of trends in biogas upgradation technologies and future perspectives
Abstract Biogas is a futuristic renewable energy with high market potential due to wide scale availability of organic biomass, and for facilitating countries in meeting sustainable development goals… Expand
Decolourization and detoxification of pulp and paper mill effluent by Cryptococcus sp.
Abstract Three fungal strains were isolated from sediments of pulp and paper mill in which PF7 reduced colour (27%) and lignin content (24%) of the effluent on 5th day. PF7 was identified as… Expand