Nanobiotechnology Approach for the Remediation of Environmental Hazards Generated from Industrial Waste

@inproceedings{Gudeppu2019NanobiotechnologyAF,
  title={Nanobiotechnology Approach for the Remediation of Environmental Hazards Generated from Industrial Waste},
  author={Mounika Gudeppu and K. M. Varier and A. Chinnasamy and Sumathi Thangarajan and J. Balasubramanian and Y. Li and B. Gajendran},
  year={2019}
}
Various environmental hazards occurring in present days are the results of population explosion, industrial pollution, unsafe agricultural practices, and several miscellaneous reasons. Hence, remediation process becomes very crucial in limiting the pollution. The process of treatment of contaminated environmental media, i.e., soil and water, in order to remove the toxicants present in it is called as “remediation/environmental remediation.” “Bioremediation” is a process of swabbing contaminated… Expand
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