Study of Different Types of Enzymes for Biological, Agro-Food Processing and Industrial Wastewater Treatment: An Overview
- 1 Biotechnology Program, Faculty of Applied Science, Dammam University, KSA, Saudi Arabia
- 2 Biotechnology Program, Institute of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya, 5, Malaysia
The objective of the review study was carried out from different research data to find out the innovative latest information on the waste water treatment in agro, industrial and municipal areas. From the review study, it has been noted that cellulase, peroxidage, lignage, tyrosinase, pactinase and amylase have been widely used for waste water treatment. Besides, microbial enzymes such as microbial dioxygenase, oxygenase, laccase, peroxidase, lipase, cellulase, protease and fungal laccase have been applied for the waste water treatment in industrial and municipal areas and found effective results. Different techniques of application have been discussed using different hydrolytic and microbial enzymes. Therefore it seems that enzymatic treatments keep a significant role in waste water treatment from agro-food processing industries having low cost of production and treatment management process.
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