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Methanotrophic bacteria are capable of converting single carbon sources such as methane or methanol, two common industrial waste products, into value-added compounds like bioplastics or biofuels. These microorganisms have significant potential for the mitigation of these low-value industrial...
An industrial construction enterprise operating in the City of Edmonton wants to improve its bidding strategies that are currently plagued with uncertainty, lack of information and historical price variability. The present research studies a compilation of documents obtained from company archives...
Geotechnical Properties of Effluent-Contaminated Cohesive Soils and Their Stabilization Using Industrial By-Products.Download
The unchecked and unnoticed disposal of industrial leachates is a common malpractice in developing countries. Untreated effluents from industries drastically deteriorate the soil, altering nearly all of its characteristics. An increase in urbanization has led to construction on these deteriorated...