Industries such as factories emit toxic lethal heavy metals into the atmosphere, and are absorbed by the body like a sponge.
These naturally occurring heavy metals in the earth’s crust, turn into environmental contaminants from activities such as smelting, mining, industrial, agricultural, and domestic production of the metals.
Once they become airborne, they’re toxic to humans, animals, and the environment. Heavy metal exposure such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and arsenic, are particularly harmful.
These are the most commonly listed heavy metals considered to be a danger, and are extremely detrimental …