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Environmental Contaminants

Environmental contaminants are chemicals that accidentally or deliberately enter the environment, often, but not always, as a result of human activities. A number of these contaminants may are manufactured for industrial use and since they're very stable, they are doing not break down easily. If released to the environment, these contaminants may enter the organic phenomenon. Other environmental contaminants are naturally-occurring chemicals, but industrial activity may increase their mobility or increase the quantity available to circulate within the environment, allowing them to enter the organic phenomenon at higher levels than would otherwise occur. A wide sort of environmental contaminants are detected in foods. These range from metals and "ionic" species like perchlorate to organic (carbon-based) substances, including the so-called "persistent organic pollutants" or POPs (named for his or her ability to exist within the environment for prolonged periods without breaking down). Legacy POPs like PCBs are banned for industrial or agricultural use in Canada for several years, but remain within the organic phenomenon. Other POPs are more recently identified, having been found within the environment and therefore the organic phenomenon (for example, brominated flame retardants). Lead Arsenic Bromate Brominated Flame Retardants Chlorinated Naphthalenes Dioxins and Furans Mercury

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