US Drinking Water Quality: Exposure Risk Profiles for Seven Legacy and Emerging Contaminants

Darya Minovi

Published Sep 22, 2023

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A peer-reviewed article in Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology.

Advances in drinking water infrastructure and treatment throughout the 20th and early 21st century dramatically improved water reliability and quality in the United States (US) and other parts of the world. However, numerous chemical contaminants from a range of anthropogenic and natural sources continue to pose chronic health concerns, even in countries with established drinking water regulations, such as the US.


Levin, Ronnie., Villanueva, Cristina M., Beene, Daniel., Cradock, Angie L., Donat-Vargas, Carolina., Lewis, Johnnye., Martinez-Morata, Irene., Minovi, Darya., Nigra, Anne E., Olson, Erik D., Schaider, Laurel A., Ward, Mary H., Deziel, Nicole C. 2023. US drinking water quality: exposure risk profiles for seven legacy and emerging contaminants. Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology

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