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  • Bioremediation is defined as the process whereby organic wastes are biologically degraded under controlled conditions to an innocuous state, or to levels below concentration limits established by regulatory authorities.
  • Bioremediation process involves detoxification, where the waste is made less toxic, and mineralization, where the waste material is converted into inorganic compounds such as carbon dioxide, water and methane.
  • According to Dr. Ting, bioremediation processes may be classified  into two main categories: in-situ and ex-situ. 
  • Bioremediation can often be carried out on site, often without causing a major disruption of normal activities. This also eliminates the need to transport quantities of waste off site and the potential threats to human health and the environment that can arise during transportation.
  • Bioremediation is an option that offers the possibility to destroy or render harmless various contaminants using natural biological activity. As such, it uses relatively low-cost, low-technology techniques, which generally have a high public acceptance and can often be carried out on site.
  • Factors such as site conditions, indigenous microorganism population, and the type, quantity, and toxicity of contaminant chemicals present determine the bioremediation technology most suitable for a specific site.
  • Bioremediation can be applied to an environmental problem in a variety of ways. The five general approaches to bioremediation : aboveground reactors, solid phase treatment, composting, landfarming, and in situ treatment. 
  • Bioremediation can prove less expensive than other technologies that are used for clean-up of hazardous waste.
  • The economics of bioremediation are almost always significantly more favorable than other techniques. The primary reason is that there is no need for the hauling and expensive disposal costs of contaminated soils.
  • It is estimated that bioremediation costs 1/3 to 1/2 that of incineration, and for complex mixtures of waste, bioremediation typically offers savings of 60-90% over landfill-disposal costs.
  • The estimated cost of biotreatment of biodegradable contaminants in soil to range between $40 and $100 per cubic yard, as compared with cost as high as $250-$800 per cubic yard for incineration and $150-$250 per yard for landfilling.
  • The current technology-based land remediation market is worth in the region of 120 130 million. Technologies such as soil washing, bioremediation and other extractive methods have developed to a stage where they are both commercially viable and compete head-to-head with excavate and landfill options.
General Information
  • Overview
  • Introduction to Bioremediation
  • BioBasis Bioremediation
  • Environmental Inquiry
  • Regulation and Development
    of Bioremediation
  • Scitalk
  • Biotransformation of toxic wastes to harmless products


  • Bioremediation Process
  • Aerobic - Anaerobic Bioremediation
  • Bioremediation Treatment Approaches
  • In Situ Bioremediation Of Chlorinated Ethane 
  • Biosite System
  • Semi-Solid State Bioremediation Of  CCA
  • Enhanced In-Situ Bioremediation Process
  • Contamination
  • Augmented In Situ Subsurface Bioremediation Process
  • Bioremediation Process
  • Schematic Of Bioremediation Process
  • Evaluation Of the Biostimulation And Bioaugmentation Techniques in The Bioremediation


  • Principles And Practices Of Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation Of Chlorinated Solvents
  • Fundamental Principles Of Bioremediation
  • General Principles
  • Principles Of Bioremediation
  • In-Situ Groundwater Bioremediation
  • Principles and Applications
  • Use Of Commercial Bioremediation Agents
  • Bioremediation Of Aircraft Deicing Fluids At Airports
  • Bioremediation Of Wastes In the Agricultural And Food Industries
  • Production Of CO2 In Crude Oil Bioremediation In Clay Soil
  • Bioremediation And Its Application To Exxon Valdez Oil Spill


  • Bioremediation Treatment Of Contaminated Water
  • Electrons Donors For Chlorinated Solvent Source Area Bioremediation
  • Foam Transport Process For In-Situ Remediation
  • Light Weight Medium For Growing Microorganisms
  • Method For Accelerated Bioremediation
  • Bio slurry Reaction System 
  • Screening Of Microorganisms For Bioremediation


  • Weston Solutions
  • CytoCulture
  • Environmental Litigation Associates
  • Innovative Engineering Solutions, Inc.,
  • Intergeo Environmental Technology Ltd
  • RespirTek
  • Environmental Firms

Bioremediation Centers

  • Bedrock Bioremediation center
  • Center for Environmental Diagnostics & Bioremediation
  • Center For Bioremediation
  • Hazardous Substance Research Centers
  • Bioremediation & Treatability Center
  • Governor's Office Of Economic Development
  • Bioremediation of Chlorinated Solvents
  • A New Approach for Biodegradation
  • Development Of an Organotin Removal Process Utilizing Marine Bioremediation
  • Bioremediation Technology
  • Bioremediation Techniques On Crude Oil Contaminated Soils 
  • Cost And Performance Reporting for In Situ Bioremediation Technologies
  • Enhanced aerobic Bioremediation
  • Bio Remediation Techniques For responding To Oil Spills At Sea
  • Phytotechnology
  • Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation-Innovative Technology

Company Profiles

  • Flinders Bioremediation
  • North American Wetland Engineering
  • Alabaster Bioremediation Corp
  • BioDiversity Ltd
  • Response Bioremediation Limited
  • Aerotech P&K
  • Fiton Technologies Corp.
  • Helix Laboratories, Inc
  • Hepaco
  • Microbes,Inc
  • Companies List


  • Bioremediation Of Excavated Petroleum Contaminated Soil
  • US-Poland Bioremediation Projects
  • Natural Remediation Projects Using Time Release Oxygen Compounds
  • Soil And Water Bioremediation Projects
  • Global Investors Project Ideas
  • Indo-Swiss Collaboration In Biotechnology
  • Bioremediation Project Experience
  • Subsurface Bioremediation Process Monitoring Indicators


  • Overview of Hazardous Waste In South East England
  • Interest Increase in Using Plants For Environmental Remediation
  • US Geological Survey
  • Evolver Technology Market
  • Bioremediation Fact Sheet
  • Demand For Remediation Of Underground Storage Tank Sites
  • Markets And Technology Trends


  • Award for Bioremediation Of Contaminated Soil
  • Annual Performance Report
  • Bedrock Annual Report
  • Biotechnology And Biological Sciences Research Report
  • Bioremediation Using Poplar Trees
  • Tellijohn Sanitary Landfill Report
  • Annual Report 2005


  • Guide To Bioremediation
  • Soil Bioremediation
  • Guidelines For the Bioremediation Of Oil- Contaminated Salt Marshes

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