Mercury, as with other heavy metals, can be absorbed or inhaled by humans at levels which exceed those acceptable minimum levels. Including direct contact with or being exposed to: vapours, dust, oils, fats and other chemical substances…
MAIN SOURCES OF WASTE
The principal sources of large volumes of liquid mercury waste are: the chlorine alkali industry, natural gas purification, non-ferrous mining and blast furnace foundry operations. Small quantities can also come from any industrial or urban sector, amalgams used for dental fillings, electronic waste, fluorescents and mercury vapour lamps, batteries, specific pharmaceutical products, pesticides, biocides, antiseptics and non-electronic medical apparatus.
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