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Abstract            Volume:11  Issue-6  Year-2023         Original Research Articles

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The Future Insight on Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils - Review
Adugna Bayata*
Department of Natural Resource Management, Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research/EIAR, Jimma Agricultural Research Center/JARC, Jimma, Ethiopia
*Corresponding author

Biodegradation is very fruitful and attractive option to remediating, cleaning, managing and recovering technique for solving polluted environment through microbial activity. The speed of unwanted waste substances degradation is determined in competition with in biological agents, inadequate supply with essential nutrient, uncomfortable external abiotic conditions (aeration, moisture, pH, temperature), and low bioavailability of the pollutant. Mainly, the advantages are greater than that of disadvantages which is evident by the number of sites that choose to use this technology and its increasing popularity through time. The difficult part of evaluating bioremediation techniques is that there are no standard criteria for evaluating among methods. The applicability of bioremediation techniques requires particularly close evaluation of each site. Soil conditions such as porosity, pH, moisture content, and presence terminal electron acceptors all affect remediation technique can be used and technique selection depends on the pollutant that is targeted. By now, the ability of certain microbes to engage in the degradation of environmental pollutants has been well established. Different factors ultimately ensure the applicability of the ex or in situ bioremediation technique to be implemented. The future awaits the discovery of expeditious technologies that would rise above the current challenges and lead the world toward a cleaner and greener environment.

Keywords: bioremediation, soil contamination, soil, microbes, pollutants, degradation, Organic matter, aerobic, anaerobic.
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Adugna Bayata. 2023. The Future Insight on Bioremediation of Contaminated Soils - Review.Int.J.Curr.Res.Aca.Rev. 11(6): 53-73
doi: https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcrar.2023.1106.005
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