Bromine is absolutely harmful to the environment, and particularly to daphnia, fishes, lobsters, and algae. It doesn’t decompose well.
If bromine ends up in the food of cattle or pigs, the animals have to be killed in order to prevent human contamination. In the past, when this has happened, severe side effects occurred, such as sterility, malformed offspring, liver damage, loss of sight, and more.
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