Currently available methods for the removal of phenol/phenolic compounds from wastewaters (chemical oxidation, reverse osmosis, adsorption and others) are expensive, have regeneration problems and may produce themselves wastewaters with a high environmental impact [1,2]. Particularly contaminating waste waters are those generated by textile and paper mill industries. These wastewaters include medium to low concentrations of dyes or pigments. The degradation of dyes is one of the most important research fields in wastewater treatments. Researchers have recently focused on enzymatic treatments.
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