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Vol. 12, Special Issue 8 (2023)

Bioremediation: A natural solution to mitigate the environmental impact of plastic waste

Author(s):
RM Shinde, RT Shende, DL Wasule, AM Gaharwar, ND Parlawar, Roshan Khan, Lado Sanjay Sharma and Sayali Sanjay Niradwar
Abstract:
The increase in the consumption of plastics and their use in the day to day life makes them to the most leading industry in the world. The plastic waste in the municipal waste in 2017 is 14 million out of which only 12% waste is burned and remained waste is still present in the environment. In the all aspects of emerging environmental issues the plastic waste is the rapidly growing sector and its use excessive use creating dangerous problems to all lives present on the earth. Due to which impact on climate change and on tourism which is the source of income to the country in many ways, But the plastic waste is vector for microbes in the aquatic life and it leads to the emergence of newly modified organisms, the organisms (superbugs) produced from plastic waste is more hazardous to the human health occurs and also it also affects the human lives. According to WHO if plastic waste is not controlled then till 2030 the plastic waste will double in oceans than aquatic animals.
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How to cite this article:
RM Shinde, RT Shende, DL Wasule, AM Gaharwar, ND Parlawar, Roshan Khan, Lado Sanjay Sharma and Sayali Sanjay Niradwar. Bioremediation: A natural solution to mitigate the environmental impact of plastic waste. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 1793-1799.

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