Human sex hormones are sometimes detected at low concentrations in drinking water. There are no current health guidelines to determine whether these exposures are safe, or if they could pose a risk to human health.
Testing results - average by year
|Year||Average result||Samples taken||Detections||Range of results|
|2013||0.350 ppt||4||1||ND - 1.40 ppt|
ppt = parts per trillion
All test results