Epicoccum nigrum and Cladosporium sp. for the treatment of oily effluent in an air-lift reactor

@article{Queissada2013EpicoccumNA,
  title={Epicoccum nigrum and Cladosporium sp. for the treatment of oily effluent in an air-lift reactor},
  author={Daniel Delgado Queissada and F. T. da Silva and Juliana Sundfeld Penido and Carolina Dell’Aquila Siqueira and Tereza Cristina Brazil de Paiva},
  journal={Brazilian Journal of Microbiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={44},
  pages={607 - 612}
}
The metalworking industry is responsible for one of the most complex and difficult to handle oily effluents. These effluents consist of cutting fluids, which provide refrigeration and purification of metallic pieces in the machining system. When these effluents are biologically treated, is important to do this with autochthonous microorganisms; the use of these microorganisms (bioaugmentation) tends to be more efficient because they are already adapted to the existing pollutants. For this… Expand
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