: Olive oil mills produce a liquid waste called olive black water in the olive oil production process. In this study, olive oil mill wastewater (OOMW) was analysed and then treated aerobically with fungi. Consequently, high chemical oxygen demand (COD), phenol and color reduction were obtained. High biomass yields and laccase enzyme activities were also determined.
YEŞİLADA, ÖZFER; ŞIK, SİBEL; and ŞAM, MESUT (1999) "Treatment of Olive Oil Mill Wastewater With Fungi," Turkish Journal of Biology: Vol. 23: No. 2, Article 11. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/biology/vol23/iss2/11