Microbial enzymatic Potential Indulgence in Solid Waste Management


  • Anam Javed MUL
  • Maria Hussain School of Zoology, MUL, PK
  • Urwa Tahseen School of Zoology, MUL, PK




Protease, municipal, sewage, microbes, biodegradation, amylase, cellulase, lipase


Solid waste is a trash that is released from agriculture proceeding, industrial, commercial, mining and community activities. The management of solid waste is useful for environmental protection. Different enzymes play an essential role to remove toxic materials. Proteases are produced by several microorganisms that are based on a variety of pH ranges. The toxic chemicals that are emitted from the industries can be used maintained by Proteases and for the degradation of keratinous material in households. Cellulase activates the hydrolysis of cellulose and produces glucose and has a vital role in textile, agricultural, and municipal waste management. Different bacteria, fungi, and yeast are major sources of amylase that are suitable to produce biofertilizers from municipal waste. Lipases act as biocatalysts that biodegrade the polyester waste and convert it into useful products.



How to Cite

Javed, A., Hussain, M., & Tahseen, U. (2022). Microbial enzymatic Potential Indulgence in Solid Waste Management. Pakistan Journal of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 3(2), 103-109. https://doi.org/10.52700/pjbb.v3i2.121