Definitions for "bioremediation"
the branch of biotechnology that uses biological processes to overcome environmental problems.
The use of plants or microorganisms to clean up pollution or to solve other environmental problems.
Use of organisms (e.g., bacteria, plants) to remove environmental contaminants from soils and water. The contaminants can include organic molecules, like PCP's, or metals, like mercury, selenium and lead.
The manipulation of living systems to bring about desired chemical and physical changes in a confined and regulated environment.
The process of restoring a natural area by the addition of living organisms.