Recent Examples of bioremediation from the Web
But that does not always degrade the chemical fully, and heavier cleanups may require bioremediation machines that involve often prohibitive sums between $700,000 and $3 million for installation alone.
Culture Wired spends some time on the job with bioremediation and hoarding experts, Steri-Clean, Inc.
As such, the species is thought of as a potential tool to clean up contaminated soils (aka, bioremediation).
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