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Community Keywords:

CEC, contaminants of emerging concern, water,

Why is this useful?

This document explains what contaminants of emerging concern (CEC) in water are, how and why CECs are harmful, how they enter our water systems, how they are or are not removed from our water, and how some federal regulations and state (AZ, CA) conversations are attempting to address them. Note that it was written in 2013 so it's dated. However, it's really helpful in understanding the big picture around CECs. This is not a peer reviewed article.

Citation:

Raghuv M, Eden S, Mitchell K, Witte B. Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Water. Water Resources Research Center College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, University of Arizona. 2013

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Authors:

Madhumitha Raghav, Susanna Eden, Katharine Mitchell, Becky Witte

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  • SciCAN

    Hello I am testing this function. Great resource.
    thank you


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