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Biodegradation of oil in ponds

Sabah A. Harutunian

Biodegradation of oil in ponds

by Sabah A. Harutunian

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Published by University of Texas at Austin, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Environmental Health Engineering Research Laboratory, Center for Research in Water Resources in [Austin] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewage lagoons.,
  • Petroleum -- Biodegradation.,
  • Biochemical oxygen demand.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Sabah A. Harutunian and Earnest F. Gloyna.
    SeriesCRWR ;, 64, Technical report (University of Texas at Austin. Center for Research in Water Resources) ;, CRWR-64.
    ContributionsGloyna, Earnest F., joint author., University of Texas at Austin. Dept. of Civil Engineering., University of Texas at Austin. Environmental Health Engineering Research Laboratory.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTD755 .H34
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 42 l.
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5029232M
    LC Control Number73634711

    Enhanced Biodegradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Contaminated Soil 39 The injection volume was µL and the injection port temperature was 40°C. Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD). The COD of soil leachates was estimated colorimetrically using a Hach COD incubator (Model ) and a Hach spectro-photometer (Model DR/). The reaction proceeded. INTRODUCTION The biodegradation of petroleum and other hydrocarbons in the environment is a complex process, who’s quantitative and qualitative aspects depend on the nature and amount of the oil or hydrocarbons present, the ambient and seasonal environmental conditions, and the composition of the autochthonous microbial community (Leahy.

    with Oil Spills Oil migrates down through soils, adsorbing to soil particles until it reaches groundwater, where oil constituents will dissolve in water, float on water surface (light-end fraction) or sink to bottom of water aquifer (heavy heating fuel oil) Any constituent that dissolves in . An experimental study for crude oil biodegradation in contaminated soil than, h* and hirajan 1Department of Microbiology, Kanchi Shri Krishna College of arts and Science, Kilambi, Kancheepuram - , Tamilnadu, India. 2Department of Microbiology, Saudi Modern food factory, Jeddah - , Kingdom of Saudiarabia.

    Biodegradation of crude oil by individual bacterial strains and a mixed bacterial consortium Santina Santisi1,2, Simone Cappello1, Maurizio Catalfamo1, Giuseppe Mancini3, Mehdi Hassanshahian4, Lucrezia Genovese1, Laura Giuliano1, Michail M. Yakimov1 1Institute for Coastal Marine Environment, National Counsel of Research, Messina, Italy. 2School in “Biology and Cellular Biotechnology. The present study is an investigation of biodegradation of petroleum oil effluents using Pseudomonas aeruginosa ATCC for producing rhamnolipid biosurfactants. The processes were performed in a mechanically agitated, fully baffled, air‐sparged 10 L glass fermenter with a 5 L working volume. The effect of oil concentration (1%, %, 2% Author: Nagat Abdalla Mostafa, Aghareed M. Tayeb, Olfat Abdalla Mohamed, Rania Farouq.


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Get this from a library. Biodegradation of oil in ponds. [Sabah A Harutunian; Earnest F Gloyna; University of Texas at Austin.

Department of Civil Engineering.; University of Texas at Austin. Environmental Health Engineering Research Laboratory.]. @article{osti_, title = {Biodegradation of oil in ponds}, author = {Harutunian, S A and Gloyna, E F}, abstractNote = {The treatment of crude oil in waste stabilization ponds was investigated.

Particular emphasis was directed to the effects of settled oily sludges and surface oils on the Biodegradation of oil in ponds book of waste stabilization ponds. This article presents an update overview for biodegradation process of some hazardous wastes e.g.

oil, plastics, pesticide and radioactive. Discover the world's research 17+ million members. Biodegradation is a process that anaerobic bacteria consume light components in oil and leave heavy oil and bitumen as one end product and methane as another end.

Biodegradation of Natural Oils in Seawater 21 and Schinner, ). Seawater contains a range of microorganisms that can partially or completely degrade oil to water-soluble compounds and eventually to carbon dioxide and water (Dean-Raymond and Bartha, ; Tango and Islam, ).

Biodegradation of petroleum and crude oil by Pseudomonas putida and Bacillus cereus ini1*, ar2 and mar3 1Department of Microbiology, Shrimathi Indira Gandhi College, Tiruchirappalli, India 2Department of Botany, A.A.

Government Arts College, Attur, Salem, India. Petroleum Biodegradation Since the first wreck of a supertanker in (the Torrey Canyon oil spill in the English Channel), there have been over 40 major marine oil spills. After most of these catastrophes, such as the Argo Merchant oil spill off the coast of Massachusetts, the oil has moved away from shorelines and not caused any detectable Cited by: Raw palm oil mill effluent (POME) was collected from the site of a palm oil mill industry in a sterile container and brought back to the laboratory.

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Wang X, Wang X, Liu M, Bu Y, Zhang J, Chen J, Zhao J () Adsorption-synergic biodegradation of diesel oil in synthetic seawater by acclimated strains immobilized on multifunctional materials.

Mar Pollut Bull – doi: /bul CrossRef PubMed. Bioremediation Setup. kg of soil (sieved with 2 mm mesh size) was placed in plastic vessels with a volume of about cm 3, and 5% and 15% (w/w) used lubricating oil was added separately, thoroughly mixed, and left undisturbed for 48 hours to allow the volatilization of toxic components of the two days, 10% of each organic waste (ground dry banana skin (BS), brewery spent Cited by:   Three bacterial isolates identified as Alcanivorax borkumensis SK2, Rhodococcus erythropolis HS4 and Pseudomonas stutzeri SDM, based on 16S rRNA gene sequences, were isolated from crude oil enrichments of natural seawater.

Single strains and four bacterial consortia designed by mixing the single bacterial cultures respectively in the following ratios: (Alcanivorax: Pseudomonas, Cited by:   (). Biodegradation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in a Soil Polluted Sample by Oil-Based Drilling Cuttings.

Soil and Sediment Contamination: An International Journal: Vol. Cited by: (FOSC) in selecting and conducting land aerobic biodegradation of oil-contaminated wastes from inland oil spills, leaking/unplugged oil wells, abandoned oil refinery sites, pipeline ruptures, and/or tank failures.

The United States consumes approximately million barrels of oil every day, and roughly 45% of the. Introduction. The amount of oilfield produced water (PW) depends on the extraction technology used, reservoir characteristics and rate of oil extraction, and can be 10–20 times the oil volume (Funston et al., ).It has also been found that with continuous pumping of the well, the ratio of PW generated to oil continues to increase significantly (Tellez et al., ).Cited by: : Biodegradation of Crude and Used Car Oils: Biodegradation, Microorganisms Isolation, Effect of aeration and NPK addition on biodegradation process.

There are a number of routes by which oil may reach freshwaters. Natural oil seeps reach the surface in many parts of the world (Wardley-Smith, ).

At every stage of oil exploration, production, transportation, refining and use, oil products can escape into the by: 3. Assessing biodegradation of oil with marine bacteria by monitoring O 2 and CO 2 concentrations online in a closed loop Introduction In Aprilthe Deep-Water-Horizon (DWH) well explosion at the Gulf of Mexico caused the worst oil spill in the deep sea to date.

About 5 million oil barrels flowed during 86 d into the sea1. The effects. Common oil biodegradability tests are performed in the presence of Oxygen and water (aerobic aquatic biodegradation).

Primary biodegradation is measured by using infrared spectrometer. Ultimate biodegradation is determined according to the evolution of carbon dioxide (CO 2) from the tested sample over that produced in a blank, which contains. INTRODUCTION TO THE WORKSHOP ON ECOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF HYDROCARBON SPILLS IN ALASKA + CRUDE OIL BIODEGRADATION IN ARCTIC TUNDRA PONDS [R.M.

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Biodegradation of Used Lubricating Oil. The percentage of oil biodegradation in the soil contaminated with 5% and 15% used lubricating oil is shown in Figures 1 and 2, results revealed rapid and high (between 79% and 92%) biodegradation of the used lubricating oil at the end of 84 days in soil contaminated with 5% by:.

Microbial degradation of crude oil Biodegradation of petroleum hydrocarbons is a complex process that depends on the nature and on the amount of the hydrocarbons present. Hydrocarbons in the environment are biodegraded primarily by bacteria, yeast, and fungi.

mixed populations with overall broad enzymatic capacities are required to degrade. Biodegradation of petroleum 1. B Y S R E E R E M Y A.

S. M. p h i l BIODEGRADATION OF PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS 2. Introduction The Spilled petroleum constitutes (Hydrocarbons) are one of the main environmental pollutants. Their abundance and persistence in several polluted environmental areas have beenReported.preferential removal by biodegradation leads to oils become progressively denser as biodegradation proceeds, and likely contributes to the phenomenon of “dirty snow” Figure 1.

Oil degrading microbial taxa. Oil degrading microbial phyla, highlighted in red, have been identified from all .