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Exploration of hydrocarbon degrading bacteria on soils contaminated by crude oil from South Sumatera Napoleon, A; Probowati, D S
Journal of Degraded and Mining Lands Management Vol 1, No 4 (2014)
Publisher : University of Brawjiaya

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The goal of this research was to explore hydrocarbon degrading bacteria on crude oil contaminated soil with potential to degrade hydrocarbon in oil pollutant. The research started by early August 2013 till January 2014. Soil sampling for this research was taken on several places with contaminated soil location such as Benakat, Rimau, and Pengabuan all of it located in South Sumatera. Conclusion from this research Isolates obtained from three (3) sites of contaminated soil and treated using SBS medium were Bacillus cereus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pnumoniae, Streptococcus beta hemolisa, Proteus mirabilis, Staphylococcus epidermis and Acinotobacter calcoaceticus. Isolates that survived on 300 ppm of hydrocarbon concentration were Bacillus cereus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Acinetobacter cakciaceticus Selected isolates posses the ability to degrade hydrocarbon by breaking hydrocarbon substance as the energy source to support isolates existence up to 1,67 TPH level. Based on results accomplish by this research, we urge for further research involving the capacity of isolates to degrade wide variety of hydrocarbon substance and more to develop the potential of these bacteria for bioremediation.
Indigen Bacteria from Spent Bleaching Earth Waste as A Removal Agent of Fe and Cu Fratiwi, Inike; Napoleon, A; Widjayanti, Hary
IJFAC (Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry) Vol 3, No 3 (2018): October 2018
Publisher : IJFAC (Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry)

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The most pollution produced by oil palm factory is Spent Bleaching Earth, because the waste contains residue of oil and dangerous metal that enable bacteria to live hence the research was done to get bacteria of Fe and Cu metal as bioremoval agent. Waste sampling method is random sampling, then purification, selection and potency test. Bacteria that pass potency test on metal containing media are identified and characterized by their genus. The result of the research indicated that the indigenous bacteria genus for good accumulation of Fe metal is Salmonella sp (B7) and for Cu metal is Escherichia sp (B1).
METAL OF IRON (Fe) AND MANGAN (Mn) FROM WASTE WATER COAL MINING WITH FITOREMEDIATION TECHNIQUES WITH USING FLOATING FERN (Salvinia natans), WATER LETTUCE (Pistia stratiotes) AND WATER-HYACINTH (Eichornia crassipes) Mardalena, Mardalena; Faizal, Muhammad; Napoleon, A
BIOVALENTIA: Biological Research Journal Vol 4, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Biology Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, Sriwijaya University

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Coal mining activities can cause problems from for environment, especially the mining with surface mining method producing acid mine water. To solve these problems, we need to restore the output water conditionbefore it flows into the public waters so it can meet the environmental quality standard in accordance with the prevailing laws and regulations. In this research, coal mining waste management was done by phytoremediation technique. This technique is the use water plants to give wastewater treatment. Water plants was used in this study was Kiambang (Salvinianatans), Apu wood plant (Pistiastratatiotes), and water hyacinth (Eichhorniacrassipers). This research observed the effect of time on the absorption of iron (Fe) and manganese (Mn) and the species of plant was used as phytoremediation agent. The results of the study discovered that the highest metal absorption in plants (phytoremediation agents) for 30 days for Mangan (Mn) parameter was water hyacinth (Eichhorniacrassipers) and the most absorption agent for iron was Kiambang (Salvinianatans) while based on measurement of metal content in the wastewater of mining, water hyacinth (Eichhorniacrassipers) was the most effective agent to absorb the iron (Fe) and Kiambang (Salvinianatans) absorbed Mangan (Mn) the most.