Siddharth Vats and Rajesh Kumar*


There is no doubt Industries run a nation and developing countries like India are facing a challenge to make a choice, either to make compromise with the environments or with development pace. Many chemical transformation processes used in various industries have inherent drawbacks from a commercial and environmental point of view. In particular, with greater awareness of conservation issues has forced industries to consider alternative, cleaner methods. As an efficient alternative the use of enzymes as industrial catalyst is becoming the best option, and enzymes are gradually replacing chemical catalysts in many areas of industry. Enzymes are highly specific and efficient in catalysis; they are biodegradable and carryout catalytic reactions under mild conditions to save energy and resources. Not just this, amylase produced by these high salinity tolerant microbes can be used for treatment of effluents with high salinity containing starch or cellulosic residues in pollution control mechanism. Our non-renewable resources are limited and scientists have estimated with the current rate of their consumption, these fuels won’t last this century end. Use of bio-fuels which are produced from maize or any other plant based product is another alternate but in many countries it has led to scarcity of food for common man and global food prices are touching the sky. Dead plants or trees near high salinity area can be used to produce bio-fuels in the presence of these salinity tolerant alkalophilic bacteria.

Keywords: Salinity tolerant, Biofuels, Alkaliphilic, Bacteria.

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