Review of the Minnesota Department of Health Contaminants of Emerging Concern Program Process for Selecting Chemicals

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Abstract

The University of Minnesota reviewed the process used by the Minnesota Department of Health's Contaminants of Emerging Concern (MDH CEC) program to select chemicals to develop health-based guidance values. The reviewers concluded that the CEC program staff use a process that is overall thoughtfully developed, scientifically sound, and justifiable; however it is inadequately explained to stakeholders and could be refined to be clearer. A larger group of stakeholders around the state should be engaged to help identify chemicals of concern and needs for guidance values.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - 2016

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