nm-epht-dehp concentration in community water metadata
NM-EPHT - DEHP Concentration in Community Water Metadata
DEHP Concentration in Community Water Metadata. metadata: . idinfo: . citation: . citeinfo: . origin: New Mexico EPHTN Project Manager; pubdate: 20180406
NM-EPHT - HAA5 Concentration in Community Water Metadata
abstract: These total haloacetic acids or HAA5 concentrations (measured as the sum concentration of monochloroacetic acid (MCAA), dichloroacetic acid (DCAA), trichloroacetic acid (TCAA), monobromoacetic acid (MBAA) and dibromoacetic acid (DBAA) in micrograms of HAA5s per liter of water or mcg/L) for New Mexico community water systems (CWS
NM-EPHT - Radium Concentration in Community Water Metadata
abstract: These radium (combined radium-226 and -228) for New Mexico community water systems (CWS) contain the information needed to calculate Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) annual and quarterly drinking water quality mean and maximum concentration measures for each system or the for state by the number of CWS or the number of
NM-EPHT - Arsenic Concentration in Community Water Metadata
abstract: These arsenic drinking water quality sample data for New Mexico community water systems (CWS) contain the information needed to calculate Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) annual drinking water quality mean and maximum concentration measures for each system or the for state by the number of CWS or the number of people served
NM-EPHT - Community Systems Water Quality
Community water system is a type of public water system that supplies water for human consumption to at least 15 service connections and more than 25 people year round. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) sets regulations for monitoring and treating drinking water delivered by these systems.
NM-EPHT - Metadata Index
The NM EPHT website is supported by Cooperative Agreement Number, 6 NUE1EH001354 (previously, 5 U38EH000949), funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
UT-EPHT - Health Indicator Report - Drinking Water: DEHP (Di
Numerator 1) Count of community water systems categorized by mean DEHP (Di [2-Ethylhexyl] phthalate) concentration for each year reported (cut-points: <=6, >6 ug/L DEHP, Not Detected) 2) Number of people served by community water systems categorized by mean DEHP concentration for each year reported (cut-points: <=6, >6 ug/L DEHP, Not Detected) 3) Count of community water systems categorized by
Michigan Community Drinking Water Metadata
water systems. Community water systems are systems that provide year-round service to not less than 25 residents or not less than 15 units (e.g. cities, townships, apartments, mobile home parks, etc.). Non-community water systems include: • Type II non-transient non-community public supplies that serve 25 or more of the same people
Public drinking water dataset details | Colorado
These data provide limited ability to compare between community water systems. This is because different community water systems test for arsenic more or less often based on how many people get water from that community water system, the source of the water for that system, and if testing has detected levels of arsenic above the EPA maximum contaminant level (MCL) in the past.
About the Drinking Water Quality Data: MN Public Health Data
Community Water Systems: These data are limited to community water systems in Minnesota (i.e., systems that serve 15 or more locations or 25 or more people, year-round in Minnesota. Concentrations in drinking water systems cannot be directly linked to exposures and health risks, because they do not account for water use and consumption practices.
UT-EPHT - Health Indicator Report - Drinking Water: Uranium
The majority of Americans are provided with high quality drinking water. About 90% of people in the U.S. get their water from a community water system versus a smaller water supply, such as a household well. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) sets regulations for treating and monitoring drinking water delivered by community water
MDHHS - Drinking Water
If you are on a community water supply, read the Consumer Confidence Report your water supplier sends you each year. It gives you information about your supplier and if it had violations of drinking water regulations during the year. Every community water supplier is required to provide the report by July 1 of each year to all of its customers.