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Ekta Khare*, Yuvraj Singh and Pradeep Kashyap


Heavy metals are the elements that are mostly found as toxic at a very low concentration. Mercury has a high tendency to aggregate in life forms, the most destructive are natural mixes of Hg, particularly in water, which easily accumulate in organisms. Inorganic types of mercury are extremely versatile yet natural and synthetic procedures can change it into toxic MeHg. Plants and animals, in general, are sensitive to the presence of this component. The main goal of this study is to assess the environmental sustainability and to compare the environmental profiles of the current and emerging technologies. A further goal is to identify the main stages contributing to environmental performance. This will provide the proper framework to evaluate the opportunities for success for emerging technologies integration in this sector. However, By using these types of toxic metal, we may disperse and pollute our surrounding which may threaten our future generation with an unsafe environment. This review article highlights the impact of mercury on the environment as well as a solution to enhance environmental sustainability.

Keywords: Environment, Heavy metal, Impact, Mercury, Reproductive system, Soil, Water.

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