Impact of Proposed Radon Drinking Water Regulations on Groundwater Systems in Californiaby Joseph A. Drago, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, San Francisco, United States,
Todd M. Ray, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, San Francisco, United States,
Abstract: This summer, the Environmental Protection Agency is expected to propose a maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 300 pCi/l for radon in drinking water. This anticipated MCL, if adopted, will affect the majority of water suppliers using groundwater in California, where most of wells likely exceed 300 pCi/l. This paper describes a study being performed for the Association of California Water Agencies (ACWA) to evaluate the economic impact of the proposed regulation on water suppliers in California.
Subject Headings: Groundwater | Radon | Drinking water | Water resources | Groundwater supply | Federal government | North America | California | United States
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