Abstract : This research was performed to evaluate Vibrio fischeri toxicity for TNT-contaminated soils treated by composting and slurry phase bioreactor, which were operated for 45 and 200 days, respectively. In case of composting, the GL value of acetone-added soil was 40, which was lower than that of glucose-added soil after treatment. In case of slurry phase bioreactors under anaerobic, anaerobic/aerobic, and aerobic regimes, they showed the GL values of 6, 8, and 4 after treatment, respectively. It was evaluated that the toxicity of all slurry phase bioreactors was reduced significantly to detoxification. The relationships between GL value and the number of S. typhimurium in both composting and slurry phase bioreactor were developed as the first order equations with high correlation coefficient (r ＞ 0.8890).