The Economy of Mucilage in Bursa KazanFieldwork Has Begun

musilaj under the scrutiny for the economy
musilaj under the scrutiny for the economy

By Bursa Metropolitan Municipality and Bursa Technical University, mucilage, which caused an environmental disaster in the Sea of ​​Marmara, contributed to the economy in different fields, especially in agriculture. kazanRemoval works were started on the field. Mucilage samples were taken from the sea by the academicians with the sea cleaning vehicle of the Metropolitan Municipality.

The Metropolitan Municipality, which continues its efforts to combat mucilage, which fishermen call sea saliva, which is seen on almost all shores of the Sea of ​​​​Marmara, has started with Bursa Technical University a while ago, kazanclimbing work also speed kazanwas. A commission was formed with the participation of representatives of the Provincial Directorate of Environment and Urbanization, Bursa Chamber of Environmental Engineers, Turkey Healthy Cities Association, Bursa Metropolitan Municipality Department of Parks and Gardens, Bursa Technical University, Uludağ University and BUSKİ under the coordination of the Metropolitan Municipality Environmental Protection and Control Department. The commission, aiming to identify the factors affecting the formation of mucilage, to develop solution proposals and to prepare the "Bursa Marine Pollution Prevention Action Plan", started its work. In the meantime, the mucilage collected from the sea is transformed into fertilizers or different products and contributes to the economy. kazanRemoval work continues at a rapid pace. The implementer of the project is Bursa Technical University, Head of Bioengineering Department Prof.Dr. Mete Yılmaz collected samples from the sea for the studies that have been going on in the laboratory for a while. Yılmaz, who sailed from Mudanya with the Metropolitan Municipality sea cleaning vehicle, took samples from the mucilage collected from the sea.

It will increase soil fertility

Stating that the efforts to combat the mucilage problem continue in many ways, Prof.Dr. Mete Yılmaz, on the other hand, said that as Bursa Technical University Bioengineering Department, they are working to collect it and turn it into a useful product. Stating that they examined the changes in water quality by comparing the samples taken after the mucilage started to appear with the samples taken by the Metropolitan Municipality after cleaning, Yılmaz said, “We will pass the mucilage collected by the Metropolitan Municipality through various purification stages in the laboratory. We will remove the salt, we will remove other substances. We only take the substance in the polysaccharide structure formed by these microorganisms. We did this on a lab scale. Now we're doing toxicological tests for it. After passing various safety tests, we want to use it primarily in agriculture. Because we know that such substances have the properties of increasing productivity in agriculture and soil. Such substances have antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral properties. Can we use them as biopesticides, that is, as a product against existing pests in agriculture? We want to examine it,” he said.

Advanced biological treatment

Yıldız Odaman Cindoruk, Head of the Environmental Protection and Control Department of Bursa Metropolitan Municipality, who accompanied BTU's sampling studies, also reminded that the Metropolitan Municipality has made very important investments in order to prevent pollution in the Sea of ​​Marmara, from advanced biological treatment plants to sea and beach cleaning. Expressing that they took immediate action regarding the mucilage problem, which has come to the fore especially recently, Cindoruk said, “In this context, we have formed a working group with our relevant stakeholders. We started the studies with the participation of our universities, BUSKİ, Provincial Directorate of Environment, Chamber of Environmental Engineers and other stakeholders. In this context, we are actually taking the first concrete step with the Technical University here. Our goal here is actually to prevent the formation of mucilage. But how can we evaluate it after it is formed? kazanWe are working together with our teachers at the point of whether we can provide

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