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Understanding Bioremediation: A Guide for Citizens
Barry Leonard (ed)
Bioremediation -- a process that uses microorganisms to transform harmful substances to nontoxic compounds -- is one of the most promising new technologies for treating chemical spills & hazardous waste problems. In order to improve this technology & better understand its capabilities, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is encouraging field tests & evaluation of waste site cleanups using bioremediation. Citizens need information about this process to help them contribute to informed decision-making regarding the cleanup of waste sites in their communities. This guide answers some questions about what bioremediation is, where it can be used effectively, & its advantages & disadvantages. Illustrations.
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