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Neutralization of oil spills using ecological sorbent glauconite modified by biosurfactants of Pseudomonas spp. PS-17

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Neutralizacja wycieków ropy z wykorzystaniem ekologicznego sorbentu glaukonitu zmodyfikowanego przez biosurfaktanty Pseudomonas spp. PS-17
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The purpose of the present study was to investigate possible methods to enhance the rate of biodegradation of oil sludge from soil contamination by the petroleum products using glauconite modified by biosurfactants Pseudomonas spp. PS-17, thus reducing the time usually required for bioremediation. Enhancement of biodegradation was achieved through bioaugmentation and biostimulation. Contaminated soil samples were treated with ecological sorbent glauconite modified by biosurfactants Pseudomonas spp. PS-17. Maximum degradation was achieved after the 7 weeks of treatment. Measures against oil spill (gasoline, diesel fuel, motor oil) on parking areas, stations and highways could be carry out through the formation on the area perimeter the engineering chemical barriers with glauconite modified by biosurfactant Pseudomonas spp. PS-17 (10 g biosorbent per 1000 g glauconite). Application rate of glauconite modified with biosorbent is depending on the total oil content and range within 2.2-220 kg per m², respectively and depend of a minor and extreme pollution.
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Celem niniejszej pracy było zbadanie efektywności wykorzystania glaukonitu zmodyfikowanego przez biosurfaktanty Pseudomonas spp. PS-17 w celu przyśpieszenia biodegradacji produktów naftowych z zanieczyszczonej gleby, co zwykle zmniejsza czas i wymagania biorekultywacji. Wzmocnienie biodegradacji produktów naftowych zostało osiągnięte poprzez bioaugmentację i biostymulację. Zanieczyszczone próbki gleby poddano działaniu ekologicznego sorbentu glaukonitu zmodyfikowanego przez biosurfaktanty Pseudomonas spp. PS-17. Maksymalny rozkład produktów naftowych uzyskano po 7 tygodniach ekspozycji z glaukonitem. Ochronę przed wyciekiem produktów naftowych (benzyna, olej napędowy, olej silnikowy) na obszarach zabudowanych, stacjach postojowych i autostradach można zorganizować poprzez utworzenie na terenie obwodu bariery inżynierii chemicznej z glaukonitem zmodyfikowanym przez biosurfaktanty Pseudomonas spp. PS-17 (10 g na 1000 g biosorbentu glaukonitu). Zastosowanie glaukonitu zmodyfikowanego przez biosorbent Pseudomonas spp. PS-17 zależy od całkowitej zawartości produktów naftowych na zanieczyszczonym terenie (2,2-220 kg na m²) i jest determinowane jego stopniem zanieczyszczenia.
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  • Danylo Halytsky National Medical University in Lviv, Pekarska 69, Lviv, Ukraine
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  • Institute of Biology and Environmental Protection, Pomeranian University in Slupsk, Arciszewskiego 22a, 76-200 Slupsk, Poland
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  • Danylo Halytsky National Medical University in Lviv, Pekarska 69, Lviv, Ukraine
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