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This introductory book provides a grasp on the use of microbial technologies as they function in our everyday lives in developing alternative green technologies based on the intrinsic activity of microbial flora for reducing or even eliminating the products of pollution. Chapter 1 gives us a view on the biocatalytic ability of microbes to diffuse and transform recalcitrant organic sulfur compounds found in fuel. Chapter 2 offers us a description on the bioprocess of converting effluent from thedoi:10.5281/zenodo.1116496 fatcat:7jbb2ilsqbhrbcwoib2dlfbaxa