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In the Sea of Japan, scientists have discovered bacteria that can purify water
A group of scientists, investigating sea water off the coast of Australia and Primorye, discovered previously unknown microorganisms that can help in the purification of sewage.
Employees from the Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the RAS branch in the Far East, specialists from New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Spain and France participated in the study in the Sea of Japan, Port and Chamzha Coves, and in the Tasman Sea near Australia.
The bacterial species found have acquired the names Marinobacter similis and Marinobacter salariuss. Their feature is the ability to destroy detergents that are widely used in the mass production of a number of drugs and synthetic detergents. Experts explained that detergents are difficult to destroy, while the water blooms precisely because of them.