Bioremediation is complex but it is a natural process which relies on bacteria, fungi, and plants to alter contaminants as these organisms carry out their normal life functions. When bioremediation occurs, microbes utilize chemical contaminants in the soil as an energy source and, through oxidation-reduction reactions, metabolize the target contaminant into usable energy for microbes. By-products (metabolites) released back into the environment are typically in a less toxic form than the parent contaminants.
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