Haloacetic Acids Found as Water Disinfection By-Products
Status: Topic Selected for Evaluation
- Primary Exposures:
- Widespread exposure to people residing in the United States.
- More than 250 million people, with 98% of water treatment systems using some type of chlorine disinfection process.
- The most common exposure route for disinfection by-products is ingestion of chlorinated drinking water.
- Exposure can also occur via dermal and inhalation routes from bathing or the use of swimming pools and spas that use chlorine for disinfection.
- Final RoC Monograph
- Public Comments
- Meetings, Webinars and Listening Sessions
- Review of the Concept Document: NTP Board of Scientific Counselors Meeting (April 11, 2016)
- Peer Review of the Draft RoC Monograph (July 24, 2017)
- Report to the BSC on the Peer Review of the Draft RoC Monograph (December 7-8, 2017)
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