Title:Broadening the National Dialogue on Contaminants of Emerging Concern and Public Health
Inter-disciplinary communication on the potential human health risks of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) in drinking water is currently lacking. Water utilities would benefit from partnerships with public health professionals who could provide information on the safety and quality of water supplies. To address this need, the Water Research Foundation hosted an inter-disciplinary workshop as part of project #4463 to broaden the national dialogue on this topic last July. The overall objective of this Webcast is to present the key findings from the workshop, and to provide the water community with a first-hand opportunity to better understand the public health perspective on CECs in drinking water. The deliverables for project #4463 are available on the website.
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​Presenter:  Rula Deeb, Geosyntec

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