Consumer Perceptions and Attitudes Toward EDCs and PPCPs in Drinking Water - 4323
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
2013 $457,480.59 Linda J Reekie Gabriella Rundblad King's College London
This project developed tools and guidance on understanding consumer perceptions and attitudes towards endocrine disrupting compounds, pharmaceuticals, and personal care products (EDCs/PPCPs) in drinking water to improve future communications and responses by the drinking water industry. In addition to the research report, the project developed 5 recommendation documents for different utility personnel, a document containing lists representing the most prominent terms used to refer to EDC and PPCP contaminants in water in the U.S. media, and a PowerPoint presentation that summarizes the results, which utilities can use for their own presentations. These additional deliverables are available on this project page under Project Resources. Published in 2013.

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Consumer Perceptions and Attitudes towards EDCs and PPCPs in Drinking Water 432312/9/2013 
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