Bacterial Treatment of Drill Cuttings: Experimental Investigation

The presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) from crude oil and gas condensate, ferrochrome lignosulphate, and lead compounds in drill cuttings and drilling mud additives is a cause of worry for the environment…

Bioremediation of Petroleum-Contaminated Soil using Associated Microbes

The goal of this study was to identify the bacterial species found in petroleum-contaminated soils from several workshops, as well as to evaluate the pace at which the isolates used petroleum products. Five…

Screening of Biosurfactant Producers and Influence of Physicochemical Parameters on Its Production: An Overview

The accumulation of hydrocarbon pollutants in the environment is one of the repercussions of expanding industry. The use of biosurfactants as a bioremediation method is a long-term solution to this problem. Aside from…

Bioremediation of Crude Oil Contaminated Sea Water

The ability of bacterial strains Rhodococcus sp. S, Pseudomonas sp. S, and Consortium M isolated from hydrocarbon contaminated sites in Skikda (Algeria) and Alexandria (Egypt) to bioremediate crude oil contaminated sea water in…