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Erlijn van Genuchten

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Central Pollution Control Board

Climate idea

Microorganisms can help removing pollutants from water and soil

Environmental pollution is one of the biggest issues of the twenty-first century. As pollutants builds up in soil and water, it is important to remove them. Different methods exist to remove pollutants from water and soil, including biological methods. Bioremediation is a biological process where organisms use pollutants as nutrients or energy sources to carry out their own metabolism. Bioremediation is an environmentally friendly method that produces only non-dangerous compounds like water and carbon dioxide, and it is a natural process without the need for chemicals that harm the environment. In this article is explained how microorganisms can clean water and soil:
https://medium.com/the-environment/how-microorganisms-remove-pollutants-from-soil-and-water-38bfd97fe267


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One of the biggest problems of the twenty-first century is environmental pollution (credit: Kirill Gorshkov on Shutterstock)



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  • Daniel Waweru

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    This action is promising

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    • Rashid Kamau

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      The most significant effect of the microorganisms on earth is their ability to recycle the primary elements that make up all living systems, especially carbon (C), oxygen (O) and nitrogen (N).

      • George Kariuki

        13 w

        This is a great approach to environmental remediation.

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