The phage‐driven microbial loop in petroleum bioremediation

@inproceedings{Rosenberg2010ThePM,
  title={The phage‐driven microbial loop in petroleum bioremediation},
  author={Eugene Rosenberg and Gili Bittan‐Banin and Gil Sharon and A. P. Shon and Galit Hershko and I. Levy and Eliora Z. Ron},
  booktitle={Microbial biotechnology},
  year={2010}
}
During the drilling process and transport of crude oil, water mixes with the petroleum. At oil terminals, the water settles to the bottom of storage tanks. This drainage water is contaminated with emulsified oil and water-soluble hydrocarbons and must be treated before it can be released into the environment. In this study, we tested the efficiency of a continuous flow, two-stage bioreactor for treating drainage water from an Israeli oil terminal. The bioreactor removed all of the ammonia, 93… CONTINUE READING

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