Research and Guidance on Drinking Water Contaminant Mixtures
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Research on Drinking Water Disinfection By-Products (DBPs)
- ENGLEHARDT, J. AND J. C. SWARTOUT. Development and Evaluation of Novel Dose-Response Models for Use in Microbial Risk Assessment. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-08/033.
- U.S. EPA. 2006. Drinking Water Exposures and Internal Doses of Trihalomethanes in Humans. Cincinnati, Oh. NCEA-C-1691.
- U.S. EPA. 2003. the Feasibility of Performing Cumulative Risk Assessments for Mixtures of Disinfection By-Products in Drinking Water. Cincinnati, Oh. EPA/600/R-03/051.
- U.S. EPA. 2000. Conducting a Risk Assessment of Mixtures of Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) for Drinking Water Treatment Systems. Cincinnati, Oh. EPA/600/R-03/040.
- U.S. EPA. 1999. Research Report on the Risk Assessment of Mixtures of Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) in Drinking Water. Cincinnati, Ohio. EPA/600/R-03/039.
- Development of a Research Strategy for Integrated Technology-Based Toxicological and Chemical Evaluation of Complex Mixtures of Drinking Water Disinfection Byproducts
- Epidemiological Work on DBP Exposures
Other Drinking Water Contaminants and Single Chemical Information
- Developing Relative Potency Factors for Pesticide Mixtures: Biostatistical Analyses of Joint Dose-Response
- ATSDR Toxicological Interaction Profiles
- NIH National Library of Medicine Toxnet
- OWs List of Drinking Water Contaminants & MCLs
- OPPs Research and Guidance on Aggregate Exposures to Pesticide Mixtures