Heavy metals can come from two types of sources: natural and anthropogenic. Natural origin of heavy metals associated with: volcanic eruptions, weathering of rocks, processes soil – creative, forest fires or evaporation of the oceans. Anthropogenic sources of pollution these elements is primarily the burning of fuels, both in power and heating plants and power plants as well as regional and local municipal boiler houses, as well as in the home. In addition to the natural environment gets heavy metals as a result of non-ferrous metals and iron, waste incineration and transport. The rapid development of technology and the changes that are occurring in the world today largely affect on the environment. One of the primary sources of pollution of the biosphere are industrial plants, which emit both gaseous substances (eg. Carbon monoxide, sulfur and nitrogen) and dust, containing all sorts of toxic substances. For the serious consequences of the development of civilization and industry should be spread include heavy metals . Included in the atmosphere, dust and heavy metals fall to the ground parts of plants and enters the soil. Shall be collected by the roots of plants or animals grazing on the roads and thus incorporated into the food chain. These elements are not biodegradable.
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