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Chromium Toxicity

Chromium Toxicity - Exposure at high levels has been shown to result in chronic toxic effects such as dermatitis, ulceration of skin or liver, and kidney damage in animals and humans by ingestion.

Chromium toxicity sources can include jewelryChromium is a naturally occuring metal. It is often used in electroplating of metals. Although chromium is not currently mined in the U.S., waste from old mining operations may enter surface and ground water through runoff and leaching.



        • Tobacco smoke

        • Cement

        • Electroplating

        • Catalytic converter corrosion

        • Chemical plants

        • Manufacturing of refractory bricks

        • Chrome plating

        • Welding

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        • Paint pigments

        • Leather tanning

        • Wood treatment

        • Jewelry

        • Dyes

        • Tattoos

        • Acidic foods in contact with stainless steel cans

        • Eating and cooking utensils

        • Wine


        • Metal joint prostheses

        • Dental materials

        • Orthodontics

        • Medical implant devices

        How to test water for Chromium Toxicity: WaterCheck

        How to treat water for Chromium Toxicity Distillation or Reverse Osmosis

        This is not an all-encompassing metal toxicity list. There are other sources of metal exposure not listed herein.

        Chromium Toxicity References
        National Testing Laboratories, Ltd. Corrective Action Brochure 
        NeuroScience Melissa Test and "Hidden Sources of Metal Exposure" 

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