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Microbial Degradation Of Plastic - A Review

Author: BATHALA ANANYA, R.V GEETHA, LAKSHMINARAYANAN ARIVARASU
Abstract: The biological degradation in microorganisms plays a prominent role in decomposition of materials in the environment. The materials which are synthetic such as plastic and polyethylene waste gets accumulated in the earth leads to the danger in the environment.Plastics which is available in the world ,consists the huge amount of waste entering the earth.The issue of waste and effects present on the earth has created a new problem in degradation of plastics.The issues are expanding that are creating the earth in trouble.It is the fundamental problem of biodegradation for water solvent as they have long run which are entering streams which should be burnt. It is important to take these problems into consideration in order to prevent them and gain knowledge in the fundamentals of biodegradation of plastics present in them.Plastic degradation uses the strains of microbes that can give a solution to the problem.Even though these issues are still unsolved , many ways are being done to reduce the effect on the earth.Mostly microorganisms are utilized to degrade the plastics. The communication between plastics and microorganisms are not yet known.The current review is to analyse the information on degradation and microorganism involved in plastics
Keyword: Microorganisms;PlasticsWaste;Oxo Degradable;Biodegradable
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.01.245
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