There are microorganisms in soil that can naturally break down pollutants. Dr. Charles Greer in 2005 was working on cleaning up the contaminated Eureka site on Ellesmere Island in Canada. He wanted to study the microbes in the soil that “ break down and neutralize harmful pollutants introduced into the soil by humans and man-made processes.” Microbes have many different uses, and there is a lot of research being done today with genetic modification and microorganisms, for example the genetically modified bacteria introduced to help clean up the Gulf oil spill.
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