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Oil spill utilization by peat sprbent

Authors: N.V. Chukhareva, O.L. Bulgakova, D.S. Rozhkova, I.A. Khadrevich (Tomsk Polytechnic University, RF, Tomsk)

Key words: peat sorbent, heat treatment, oil, microorganisms, decomposition degree.

Researches of air-dried and heat-treated peat sorbent for determining its ability to destroy oil on the water surface were carried out. Physiological groups of bacterium and microorganisms from raw and oil contaminated peat extracts, which were in contact with oil and drinking water from centralized supply systems during two months, were defined. Also it was found that heat treatment has impact on bacterium reproductive activity, oil destruction rate, oil concentration in water.

References
1. Chukhareva N.V., Blokhina O.L., Rozhkova D.S., Khadkevich I.A., Proceedings of XII International scientific and practical conference “Prirodnoresursnyy potentsial, ekologiya i ustoychivoe razvitie regionov Rossii” (Natural-resource potential, ecology and sustainable development of Russian regions), Penza: Publ. of RIO PGSKhA, 2014, pp. 104-108.
2. Tarnovskaya L.I., Zakonomernosti izmeneniya gruppovogo sostava torfa v
protsesse termoliza (Patterns of change in the group composition of peat in
the thermolysis): thesis of candidate of technical science, Tomsk, 1985.
3. Nalivayko N.G., Laboratornyy praktikum po mikrobiologii vody: uchebnoe
posobie (Laboratory workshop on water microbiology: Tutorial), Tomsk: Publ.
of Tomsk Polytechnic University, 2009, 114 p.
4. Karyukhina T.A., Churbanova I.N., Khimiya vody i mikrobiologiya (Water
chemistry and microbiology), Moscow: Stoyizdat Publ., 1983, 169 p.
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Moscow: Publ. of MSU, 1973, 276 p.
6. Emtsev V.T., Mishustin E.N., Mikrobiologiya (Microbiology), Moscow: Drofa
Publ., 2005, 445 p.
7. Naydanova O.G., Efremov A.I., Ekologiya morya, 2000, V. 52, pp. 72-74.
8. Repina M.A., Nefteuglevodorodookislyayushchie mikroorganizmy vod
yuga ostrova Sakhalin (Petroleum hydrocarbons oxidizing microorganisms of
south of Sakhalin waters): thesis of candidate of biological sciences, Vladivostok,
2009.
8. Lishtvan I.I., Korol' N.T., Osnovnye svoystva torfa i metody ikh opredeleniya
(Basic properties of peat and methods for their determination), Minsk: Nauka
i tekhnika Publ., 1975.
9. Bazhenov D.A., Modelirovanie fiziko-khimicheskikh zakonomernostey
nizkotemperaturnogo razlozheniya torfa (Modeling of physical and chemical
laws of the low-temperature decomposition of peat): thesis of candidate
of chemical sciences, Tomsk, 2000.
10. Chukhareva N.V., Shishmina L.V., Maslov S.G., Vestnik Krasnoyarskogo gosudarstvennogo agrarnogo universiteta, 2013, no. 8, pp. 56-63. 

Key words: peat sorbent, heat treatment, oil, microorganisms, decomposition degree.

Researches of air-dried and heat-treated peat sorbent for determining its ability to destroy oil on the water surface were carried out. Physiological groups of bacterium and microorganisms from raw and oil contaminated peat extracts, which were in contact with oil and drinking water from centralized supply systems during two months, were defined. Also it was found that heat treatment has impact on bacterium reproductive activity, oil destruction rate, oil concentration in water.

References
1. Chukhareva N.V., Blokhina O.L., Rozhkova D.S., Khadkevich I.A., Proceedings of XII International scientific and practical conference “Prirodnoresursnyy potentsial, ekologiya i ustoychivoe razvitie regionov Rossii” (Natural-resource potential, ecology and sustainable development of Russian regions), Penza: Publ. of RIO PGSKhA, 2014, pp. 104-108.
2. Tarnovskaya L.I., Zakonomernosti izmeneniya gruppovogo sostava torfa v
protsesse termoliza (Patterns of change in the group composition of peat in
the thermolysis): thesis of candidate of technical science, Tomsk, 1985.
3. Nalivayko N.G., Laboratornyy praktikum po mikrobiologii vody: uchebnoe
posobie (Laboratory workshop on water microbiology: Tutorial), Tomsk: Publ.
of Tomsk Polytechnic University, 2009, 114 p.
4. Karyukhina T.A., Churbanova I.N., Khimiya vody i mikrobiologiya (Water
chemistry and microbiology), Moscow: Stoyizdat Publ., 1983, 169 p.
5. Gusev M.V., Minaeva L.A., Obshchaya mikrobiologiya (General microbiology),
Moscow: Publ. of MSU, 1973, 276 p.
6. Emtsev V.T., Mishustin E.N., Mikrobiologiya (Microbiology), Moscow: Drofa
Publ., 2005, 445 p.
7. Naydanova O.G., Efremov A.I., Ekologiya morya, 2000, V. 52, pp. 72-74.
8. Repina M.A., Nefteuglevodorodookislyayushchie mikroorganizmy vod
yuga ostrova Sakhalin (Petroleum hydrocarbons oxidizing microorganisms of
south of Sakhalin waters): thesis of candidate of biological sciences, Vladivostok,
2009.
8. Lishtvan I.I., Korol' N.T., Osnovnye svoystva torfa i metody ikh opredeleniya
(Basic properties of peat and methods for their determination), Minsk: Nauka
i tekhnika Publ., 1975.
9. Bazhenov D.A., Modelirovanie fiziko-khimicheskikh zakonomernostey
nizkotemperaturnogo razlozheniya torfa (Modeling of physical and chemical
laws of the low-temperature decomposition of peat): thesis of candidate
of chemical sciences, Tomsk, 2000.
10. Chukhareva N.V., Shishmina L.V., Maslov S.G., Vestnik Krasnoyarskogo gosudarstvennogo agrarnogo universiteta, 2013, no. 8, pp. 56-63. 


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