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Drinking Water Requirements for States and Public Water Systems

Arsenic Three Expert Panel Reviews

Reports and recommendations on the science, cost of compliance, and benefits analyses in support of the 10 ppb final arsenic in drinking water rule were made available for review and public comment.

These reports were prepared by independent, expert panels convened by: the National Academy of Sciences, the National Drinking Water Advisory Council, and the EPA Science Advisory Board.
 

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  • Report of the Arsenic Cost Working Group to the National Drinking Water Advisory Council (PDF)(48 pp, 315 K, August 2001)
    The Arsenic Cost Working Group of the National Drinking Water Advisory Council has completed its analysis for the cost of implementation of the arsenic rule. This report includes the group’s findings and recommendations. This chapter provides a brief summary of the report. Details of the findings and recommendations from this group can be found in chapters 3, 4, 5, and 6. A list of the members of the working group and a description of the deliberation process are included in chapter 2.