Efficiency of pyoverdines in iron removal from flocking asbestos waste: An innovative bacterial bioremediation strategy.

@article{David2020EfficiencyOP,
  title={Efficiency of pyoverdines in iron removal from flocking asbestos waste: An innovative bacterial bioremediation strategy.},
  author={S. David and D. Ihiawakrim and R. Regis and V. Geoffroy},
  journal={Journal of hazardous materials},
  year={2020},
  volume={394},
  pages={
          122532
        }
}
The use of asbestos-containing products has been banned in many countries since the beginning of the 80's due to its carcinogenic properties. However, asbestos is widely present in private and public buildings, resulting in the need to process a vast amount of asbestos-containing waste. Among the current technologies for the destruction of asbestos fibers, biodegradation by fungi, lichens, and, more recently, bacteria has been described. We previously reported the involvement of the bacterial… Expand
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