An Exploration of Bioremediation and Its Implementation in Processing of Aquaculture Waste
Sh. Sachin Gupta
Environmental implications of waste generated by large-scale, intensive aquaculture are substantial, and they have the potential to cause dynamic habitat changes. Inorganic nitrogen will be captured from water by using both current and new technology, and organic nitrogen will be reduced in sediments by using both existing and creative technology. Environmental methods like as Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) are growing in favor because to their ability to increase in situ nitrogen and other nutrient reduction at sea cage locations. There has been many research published on biological nitrogen removal via nitrification, denitrification, and anaerobic ammonium oxidation. This process includes a variety of bacterial species, which has resulted in a lot of studies being published. More efforts, however, must be undertaken to remediate wastewater and aquatic sediments generated by water farming operations. There are several drawbacks to traditional healthcare techniques, which are listed below. The development of more efficient reactor systems, as well as a complete, integrated waste management solution, will promote the adoption of more environmentally friendly aquaculture practices. This article discusses the use of bioremediation for the treatment of aquaculture effluent, and how it may be used.
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[Sh. Sachin Gupta (2021) An Exploration of Bioremediation and Its Implementation in Processing of Aquaculture Waste IJIREM Vol-8 Issue-6 Page No-255-259] (ISSN 2350 - 0557). www.ijirem.org
Sh. Sachin Gupta
SOMC, Sanskriti University, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India