IJCRR - 5(3), February, 2013
BIOREMEDIATION OF TEXTILE DYE USING WHITE ROT FUNGI: A REVIEW
Author: G. Roseline Jebapriya, J. Joel Gnanadoss
Category: General Sciences
Industrial development worldwide has led to an increase in the amount of wastewater production leading to a considerable decrease in levels and quality of the natural water in the ecosystem. Textile dyes are an important class of pollutants in natural water ecosystem. Textile dyes are molecules designed to impart a permanent colour to textile fabrics. Effluent from textile dyeing units contain large amount of dyes and create an environmental problem, which increase toxicity and decrease the aesthetic value of rivers and lakes. A variety of physio-chemical methods are in use worldwide. However, there is an increasing concern as to their impact in effectively treating textile effluents as they introduce secondary pollutants during the ‘remediation’ process which are quite costly to run and maintain. Research on biological treatment has offered simple and cost effective ways of bioremediation textile effluents. This review summarizes the efficiency of white rot fungi and their enzymes for the treatment and removal of textile dye containing effluents. The advantages and disadvantages of the various methods are discussed and their efficacies are compared.
Keywords: Textile dye, decolourization, biological methods, white rot fungi.
G. Roseline Jebapriya, J. Joel Gnanadoss. BIOREMEDIATION OF TEXTILE DYE USING WHITE ROT FUNGI: A REVIEW International Journal of Current Research and Review. 5(3), February, 01-13
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