In article, we present results of health survey in urbanized industrial areas. Environmental and economic conditions are successfully identified on the base of population’ elemental status. Using the open press sources, we established cause-effect relations between micro and macro element consumption (lack or abundance) and public health in North-West Federal District of Russian Federation. We made data capturing and visualization, spatial digital maps presenting element consumption for non-personalized groups as well as their main disorders obtained. Environmental situation of urbanizes regions is to be used to make possible future simulation for the purposes of environmental-friendly economy. We demonstrated real picture for availability of macro and micro elements, their lack or abundance. Maximum disease cases per 1000 people appear in the Republic of Karelia, and minimum we see in Leningradskaya Oblast. In practice, mercury abundance is a stimulating agent for most disorders of different origin, which come first, for example, neoplasms and leukaemia. Monitoring and correction of chronic toxic metal exposure on individual and population levels allows to reduce significantly expenses on educational and medical services, increasing labor efficiency.