Where hide lipolytic microbes?

Carl Oppenheimer carlo at mail.utexas.edu
Fri Dec 2 17:34:59 EST 1994


In article <1994Nov29.132611.1 at sara.cc.utu.fi>, mikahans at sara.cc.utu.fi
(Mika Hanski) wrote:

> Where to find lipolytic microorganisms (bacteria + fungi) in "nature"?
> From industry that produces edible fats, slaughterhouses, soil, waste water
> or what? Some ideas?
> 
> And then where to pick up samples in e.g. some dairy? They are quite
> clean places - good for them but not for a microbiologist... :-)
>                                                                 
>         Mika
Greetings from Texas

Am commercially producing lipolytic microorganisms for cleaning
hydrocarbons and grease traps. Also using the same microorganisms to
reduce paraffin plugging in producing oil wells.

Available in ton amounts in Austin, Texas. Product iis a dry powder
containing a mixed culture of natural microorganisms. Am exporting widely.

carlo at mail.utexas.edu (Carl Oppenheimer)

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Carl Oppenheimer
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