Assistant professor and lecturer of Medical school Alberoni University



The main river in Beijing is the Yongding River. Nevertheless, According to the environmental contamination induced by economic growth, the environment of water, and the shore of the Yongding River are in danger of destruction. The Yongding River ecological repair is crucial. Phytoremediation and microbial remediation have constructed specific accomplishments in the contamination management aspect of river, while both have some advantages and some disadvantages. Using in the best way of the related advantages relies on the collocation and composition of microbes and plants. According to the search domain and past literature, we have presented the procedure of plant microbe-associated bioremediation for restoring the environment of the water and removing heavy metal contamination in the soil of the Yongding River. This study presents novel concepts and procedures for repairing the Yongding River ecologic environment.


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