Table 11171 Examples Of Anthropogenic Compounds And Microorganisms That Can Degrade Them



Aliphatic (nonhalogenated)

Acrylonitrile Aliphatic (halogenated)

Trichloroethane, trichloroethylene, methyl chloride, methylene chloride Aromatic compounds (nonhalogenated) Benzene, 2,6-dinitrotoluene, creosol, phenol Aromatic compounds (halogenated) 1,2-; 2,3-; 1,4-Dichlorobenzene, hexachlorobenzene, trichlorobenzene Pentachlorophenol Polycyclic aromatics (nonhalogenated) Benzo(a)pyrene, naphthalene Benzo(a)anthracene Polycyclic aromatics (halogenated) PCBs

4-Chlorobiphenyl Pesticides Toxaphene Dieldrin DDT Kepone Nitrosamines

Dimethylnitrosamine Phthalate esters

Mixed culture of yeast mold, protozoan bacteria Marine bacteria, soil bacteria, sewage sludge

Pseudomonas sp, sewage sludge

Sewage sludge Soil microbes

Cunninghamells elogans Pseudomonas

Pseudomonas, Flavobacteiium Fungi

Corynebacteiium pyrogenes Anacystic nidulans Sewage sludge, soil bacteria Treatment lagoon sludge

Rhodopseudomonas Micrococcus 12B

Source: Reprinted, with permission from Table 1 of H. Kobayashi and B.E. Rittmann, 1982, Microbial removal of hazardous organic compounds, Environmental Science and Technology, (vol. 16, p. 173A).

contaminated site, to induce growth of microorganisms whose enzymes can degrade both the co-substrate and the original pollutant. Even inherently toxic inducers, such as phenol or toluene, are sometimes added to stimulate bacterial production of enzymes to degrade polyaromatic hydrocarbons and chlorinated aliphatics.

Table 11.17.2 lists important treatment data needs for biological treatments.

This section describes biological processes applicable to hazardous waste.

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