영양원 변화가 Kerosene 분해율 및 분해균주 성장에 미치는 영향
The Effect of Nutrient Amendments on Biodegradability of Kerosene and Growth of Kerosene-degrading Microorganisms
- Chung, Kyu-Hyuck
- 1. 한국환경보건학회지
- 제25권 제3호
- 등재여부 : KCI우수등재
- 7 - 12 (6 pages)
Bioremediation is the technology to harness nature s biodegradative capabilities to remove or detoxify pollutions that threaten public health as environmental contaminants. Composting may become one of major bioremediation technologies for treating soils contaminated with petroleum if the fate of contaminants during composting is better understood Most composting research of petroleum was primarily focused on removing contaminant by optimizing composting conditions. Accordingly, laboratory feasibility studies may be useful to establish a realistic basis in co-composting complex substrate such as petroleum hydrocarbons. The purpose of this study was to assess the optimal conditions of kerosene biodegradation following supplementation with nutrient amendments under simulated composting conditions. Although it increased the growth of bacterial consortium, addition of co-substrates 0.5%(w/v) such as acetic acid, citric acid, glucose, and malic acid was not beneficial. Combination of nitrogen and phosphorous source enhanced kerosene biodegradation and reduced VOC evolution. These results showed that kerosene was able to utilize in bioremediation technology.