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A review of biotechnology processes applied for manganese recovery from wastes

  • Sansuta Mohanty
  • Shreya Ghosh
  • Bhubaneswari Bal
  • Alok Prasad Das
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Abstract

The global consumption of manganese is rising due to its growing industrial requirement while the natural reserves of manganese are diminishing at an alarming rate. Consequently, recovery of manganese from metal containing wastes has become highly crucial. Bioleaching of metal from wastes using microbes provides an adequate advantage over the traditional method of recovery. A molecular level understanding of microbial catalyzed manganese recovery is essential for the exploitation of novel microorganisms for similar applications. In current scenario, the application of bioleaching concentrates on cost effective and eco-friendly recovery of precious metals from mining and industrial wastes. This review encompasses the modern improvements in biomining, highlights the comprehensive factors that emphasize the selection of manganese recovery technique, shed insights into spectacular progress in developing molecular based technologies and also identifies the applicability of different models in metal bioremediation which will not only aid in pollution abatement but also in the prevention of occupational health disorder.

Keywords

Manganese Biodegradation Recovery Recycling Recent trends 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The present article is an outcome of the projects funded by Department of Biotechnology Technology (DBT) [BT/PR7454/BCE/8/949/2012], Department of Science and Technology (DST) [SP/YO/031/2016] and Ministry of Mines Government of India [07/46SSAG/CAT]. We would like to thank the contributors for their funding.

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Conflict of interest

The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bioengineering and Biomineral Processing Laboratory, Centre of BiotechnologySiksha O Anusandhan Deemed to be UniversityBhubaneswarIndia
  2. 2.Department of Chemical and Polymer EngineeringTripura University (A Central University)SuryamaninagarIndia

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