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Many devices also contain hazardous materials such as lead, mercury, cadmium, chromium and chemical flame retardants that need to be disposed of properly.
In one of the donors nodes, cadmium and mercury, both highly toxic, were detected.
In the lawsuit, Milwaukee Tool, of Brookfield, said its lithium-ion battery packs revolutionized the industry after the technology was introduced in 2005, replacing packs using nickel-cadmium batteries.
The other contaminants found in 2016 were arsenic (cancer, skin damage, circulatory problems), unsafe levels of fluoride (bone disease), mercury (impairs speech, hearing, coordination and mental function) and cadmium (kidney damage).
On the flip side, the abundances of magnesium, tin, bromine, boron, cadmium, and beryllium within the Earth appear to be significantly lower than previous estimates.
Consumer electronics contain metals like lead, mercury and cadmium.
The employees charge that the synthetic material used in the clothes included chemicals like formaldehyde, cadmium and benzyl benzoate.
After about 530 baby food products were tested, researchers found 65% of products tested positive for arsenic, 36% for lead, 58% for cadmium and 10% for acrylamide.
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