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Nano-Bioremediation : Fundamentals and Applications
2022, 23-28

Nanomaterials for biodeterioration: An introduction

Deepankara V. Shastri, Kantha Deivi Arunachalam

Center for Environmental Nuclear Research, Directorate of Research and Virtual Education, SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Kattankulathur, chennai, Tamil nadu, India.


Due to the advancement of industries and technological advancement, the process of excessive resource extraction, product dissemination, and more significant disposal of additional waste materials into the environment without a proper system has increased. The potential problem typically has a significantly lasting effect on the worldwide environment, social life, politics, and sustainable economy of the modern world. To inhibit these issues, effective strategies must be enacted to realize environmental sustainability. Recently, sustainable research ideas have undoubtedly gained scholarly attention thanks to their fundamental aspects. Bioremediation has demonstrated a considerably reliable number of improvements in clearing contaminants because of its cleanliness, greenness, and sustainability. Meanwhile, nanotechnology is proving its way in modern-day science for its unique approach in size, fundamental properties, and many more remarkable aspects. In present circumstances, by combining these two facets, nanobioremediation represents the long-run aspect of sustainability. Heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides, insecticides, industrial affluence, etc., remain potential routes of contamination. Integration of nanotechnology and bioremediation is feasible and shows ways for sustainable living.

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