|"Decolorization is a challenging process to both the textile industry and the wastewater treatment, the results of this finding suggest a great potential of fungi to be used to remove color from dye waste waters. The textile dye (Reactive Black HFGR) is degradable under aerobic conditions with a concerted effort of fungus isolated from pesticides sprayed cotton growing soil. Physiochemical parameters (pH, temperature, carbon source, dye concentration and agitation) had a significant effect on dye decolorization. Finally, bioaugmentation is also an excellent approach for removing color from the effluent and it might be a practical alternative in the dyeing wastewater treatment.
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