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The use of freely suspended microbial cells for dye removal is limited owing to their inherent disadvantages such as clogging of cells, low mechanical strength of the biomass etc. Immobilized cells offer advantages over dispersed cells such as high cell density, strong endurance of toxicity for being high in numbers, lower operating costs, simple maintenance management and production of smaller residual sludge. In this study immobilized cell mass of a bacterial consortium, isolated from dyedoi:10.46798/ijam.2019.v22i01.002 fatcat:537zooknmvfwxdnezryato3eqm