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If you have a potentially impacted property or are conducting a screening for a property, please contact your local, state and/or
federal agency for the most appropriate levels to use.
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FEDERAL Guidance Documents and Values Crown2
       
USEPA Regional Screening Levels (RSLs) View EPA RSLs
This source is the new king of screening levels. EPA got all Regions 3, 6 and 9 together and, in 2009, came up with these. There are residential and industrial screening levels for soil, air and tap water. EPA regions still have their old screening levels on their websites but with notices to use these. The site also contains a Screening Level Calculator to assist in calculating site-specific screening levels and links to the California Human Health Screening Levels. Good job EPA!!"
       
USEPA Soil Screening Guidance (SSG) View Soil Screening Guidance
An older source but one of the building blocks for screening levels. This website gives you the older soil screening levels (SSLs), information on how site screening levels used to be calculated, and the general guidelines EPA used in the past for sites." Generic SSLs
       
USEPA Region 9 Preliminary Removal Goals (PRGs) View EPA Region 9 PRGs
This source, called R9 PRGs for short, was the king of PRGs for years. Now EPA recommends use of the new RSLs. But we present them here for informational purposes.
       
USEPA Region 6 Medium-Specific Screening Levels (MSLs) View EPA Region 6 MSL Page
Also replaced by the RSLs but provided for informational purposes. Tables have toxicity info and physical parameters in addition to the soil screening levels.
       
USEPA Region 4 Ecological Screening Levels (MSLs) View EPA Region 4 Eco Values Page
A source for both freshwater and saltwater surface water, sediment and soil. As part of the Supplemental Guidance to RAGS: Region 4 Bulletin, Ecological Risk Assessment, originally published November 1995 and last updated November 2001.
       
USEPA Region 3 Risk-Based Concentrations (RBCs) View EPA Region 3 RBC Tables
Region 3 has its own table of the RSLs using the Region 3 name of Risk-Based Concentrations (RBCs) still. Also has FISH IINGESTION SCREENING LEVELS; updated March 2013. TY Charles!! Fish Ingestion Levels - pdf
Fish Ingestion Levels - excel file
       
USEPA RAGS: Part B, Preliminary Removal Goals (RAGS, Part B) View RAGS Part B - PRGs
RAGS Part B is the holy grail of screening levels. Simple document that gives the general risk (intake) equations used in a quantitative risk assessment and the general equations for screening levels termed PRGs (just a note: people use the acronym PRGs for preliminary removal goals, preliminary remedial goals AND preliminary remediation goals....generally we are talking about the same thing). No actual soil levels but does have the original exposure default values used in EPA risk assessments and general calculations of the goals. Examines various pathways and media, though mostly for use with soil. Some of the inhalation defaults have changed since this was written, but it is still a must have for those attempting to determine their own screening levels.
       
Federal Drinking Water Standards and Health Advisories View MCLs and MCLGs
This has the national primary (MCLs and MCLGs) and the secondary drinking water standards. A must-have for sites with possibly contaminated groundwater.
       
Risk Assessment Information System (RAIS) View Chemical PRG Calculator
RAIS has PRG calculators - one for chemicals and one for radionucleides. Rad PRG Calculator
       
USEPA Soil Preliminary Remediation Levels for Radionucleides View PRGs for RAD Page
This is a collection of sources of guidelines for soil levels for radionucleides in soil.
       
USEPA OSWER Provisional Advisories for PFOA and PFOS View Provisional PFC Values
Perfluorochemicals (PFCs) are turning up everywhere. In 2009, EPA released provisional drinking water advisories for PFOA and PFOS (TY EPA!). We are collecting benchmarks for this emerging contaminant and will update soon.
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STATE Guidance Documents And Values
       
Alabama: Risk-based Corrective Action View ARBCA Guidance Manual
Alabama's RBCA values are outlined in Table 2-2 of its RBCA guidance.
       
Alaska: Contaminated Sites Program View Table B1_Soil Levels
Alaska distinguishes cleanup levels by zones (arctic vs non-arctic and depth). 18 AAC 75.341 has soil levels in Tables B1 and B2. Groundwater is in Table C of 18 AAC 75.345. If your chem is not listed, there are more options at the ADEC website. Table B2_PHs in Soil
To Table C - GW & SW Levels
Alaska: Other Cleanup Levels View Screening Links
This site has a list of the miscellaneous cleanup levels and methods for calculation under "Contaminant Screening and Establishing Cleanup Levels". Also other tech docs.
       
Arizona: Soil Remediation Levels View AZ SRLs
Arizona has residential and non-residential Soil Remediation Levels, per Title 18 Chapter 7. Appendix A has 2007-revised SRLS. Link to the right also has the 1997 SRLs in Appendix B. Go about 1/6 down the page to find the tables. TY MR!
Arizona: Surface Water Levels View Surface Water Regulation
Like the SRLs (soil), Arizona has new surface water standards, from 2009, buried in an admin order. We are looking for a pretty tables of the values. If you know of one, please let us know.
Arizona: UST Standards View UST Tier 1 Standards
Arizona DEQ has a tiered approach to standards. For the UST sites, there is guidance with Tier 1 Cleanup Standards in Table 6.1.2.a.
       
Arkansas: EPA Region 6 Standards
Arkansas DEQ's website states that DEQ considers EPA Region 6 MSLs as a screening tool. It is not clear if they now use the new RSLs which even Region 6 uses instead of the older MSLs.
       
California: OEHHA Standards View PHGs
From the CalEPA website, the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment presents PHGs for water, Acute RELs for air, Chronic RELs for air. Also a link to Proposition 65; Safe Harbor Levels is included. All RELs
Prop 65
California: CHHSLs View CHHSL Guidance
This draft has California Human Health Screening Levels (CHHSLs) for residential and industrial soil (Table 1) and even for soil gas (Table 2).
California: Soil Screening Numbers View OEHHA Screening Document
This draft OEHHA "Human-Exposure-Based Screening Numbers Developed to Aid Estimation of Cleanup Costs for Contaminated Soil" document has soil and soil gas screening numbers in Section 5 and Appendix B.
California: San Francisco Board of Water ESLs View SF ESLs
Although not a state document, this is worth the look for anyone. Has Environmenal Screening Levels for soil, groundwater, soil gas, and indoor air. Interim Final May 2013.
       
Colorado: Soil Evaluation Values View COL CSEVs
Colorado has begun using the EPA RSLs (top of this page) in a proactive effort to save money and offer consistency. In general, EPA RSLs can be used or values can be used, per guidance, from the CDPHE published CSEVs (July 2011). TY CA!
Colorado: Air Screening Concentrations View COL ASCs
Colorado states there are few differences in the EPA RSLs (top of this page) and their air numbers so you can continue using the air values as warranted
       
Connecticut: Water Quality Standards View CT 2013 Water Standards
The Department of Environmental Protection has new water quality standards as of October 2013.
Connecticut: Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs) View CT RSRs
CT also has standard regulation values for soil (residential and industrial), groundwater and even surface water. Updated June 2013.
Connecticut: Significant Environmental Hazard Condition Notification Thresholds View Table A - VOCs
CDEP presents required reporting limits for various contaminants. Please note that these are not cleanup levels or even appropriate screening levels, but are included here for those dealing with potential releases. The levels for VOCs are in Table A, SVOCs are in Table B and inorganics are in Table C. Table B - SVOCs
Table C - Inorganics
       
Delaware: Remediation Standards Guidance View DEL Guidance with Levels
The Adobe document on this link takes a bit to load but has explanatory text which may be helpful to some. The values start on page 45.
       
Florida: Soil Cleanup Target Levels View Table 1 - GW & SW Target Levels
This Adobe document presents Contaminated Cleanup Target Levels for Florida (62-777) for groundwater and surface water in Table 1 and soil in Table 2. Also including page with links on guidance. Table 2 - Soil Target Levels
Guidance Links
       
Hawaii: Environmental Action Levels View EAL Main Page
Hawaii Department of Health has EAL guidance which appears to build upon EPA RSLs and includes a variety of "end-use" levels for multiple media in their updated 2011 EAL guiance, Evaluation of Environmental Hazards at Sites with Contaminated Soil and Groundwater. EALs are presented in the Volume 1 document, in more detail in Appendix 1 of the Volume 2 document for groundwater, indoor air, soil gas, and surface water. HDOH also published dioxin levels in June 2010 and updated its "category" arsenic levels in October 2012.TY RB! EAL 2011 Tables - Excel
2010 Dioxin Levels
2012 Arsenic Levels
       
Idaho: Risk Evaluation Manual View Software and Initial DTLs
Idaho developed a new approach, the REM, in 2004 to address sites in the state. The approach includes FREE software (applause - see Editor's Note) to calculate risk-based target levels in addition to Initial Default Target Levels (IDTLs). The manual and software are free after a simple registration.  In 2012, they added petroleum-based software.
       
Illinois: Risk-Based Cleanup Objectives View IL Title 35 TACO - doc
The Illinois Pollution Control Board has a tiered approach to corrective action objectives (with the cool name of TACO) as laid out in Title 35, Subtitle G, Chapter I, subchapter F of the Administrative Code. Title 35- part 742 - also has standards for air and groundwater. Note that the pdf is slow to load - the word doc is faster. Values in Appendix B. For Chems not in TACO
       
Indiana: Risk Integrated System of Closure (RISC) View RISC Technical Guide
The RISC Technical Guide, Appendix 1, updated in 2006, has the default Closure Tables and contains residential and industrial soil levels.
       
Iowa: Statewide Standards for Soil and Groundwater View IA Statewide Standards
Iowa's Land Recycling Program has standards for soil specific to residential, non-residential and restricted access land uses. Values are also flexible to differing depths (<2 ft., 2-10 ft., and > 10 ft.).
       
Kansas: Risk-Based Standards View RSK 2010 Standards
KDHE released the Risk-based Standards (RSK) Manual in 2003 for contaminated sites in Kansas. This is a tiered approach to addressing sites in a consistent manner. Updated in 2010.
       
Kentucky: Petroleum Cleanup Standards View KY Petroleum Standards
Petroleum Cleanup Section has values for BTEX, Total PAH, TPH, lead and Total Metals in Table B.
       
Louisiana: Risk Evaluation/Corrective Action Program (RECAP) View Table 1 Screening Levels
The Dept. of Environmental Quality's RECAP program has set minimum screening standards for soils and groundwater (Table 1). The DEQ also allows site management options (MO) in which higher levels for some sites may be allowed (Table 2). Tables 2&3 - MO Standards
       
Maine: Remedial Action Guidelines for Contaminated Soils View RAGS Levels in Excel
This is from the DEP. Has actual values for soil and groundwater. Soil levels are also scenario-specific (even has a trespasser value).Also has risk calculators for soil, indoor air and groundwater. Risk Calculator links
Maine: Maximum Exposure Guidelines (MEGs) View Maine 2012 MEGs
These MEGs are for Maine's drinking water. Updated 2011.
Maine: Oil Cleanup Guidelines View Oil Guidance with Tables
Remediation Guidelines for Petroleum Contaminated Sites in Maine are risk-based guidelines for petroleum contaminated sites. Has tables of values.
Maine: Ambient Air Levels View Maine Ambient Air Levels
Maine Center for Disease Controlís Risk-based guidelines for ambient air. Referenced on DEP site so assumed DEP-approved.
       
Maryland: Generic Numeric Cleanup Standards for Groundwater and Soil View MD Cleanup Guidance
These standards were updated in June 2008. Table 1 has standards for soil and groundwater. Table 2 has standards for TPH.
       
Massachusetts: Massachusetts Contingency Plan (MCP) View Table 1-GW Standards
This plan provides soil standards for different combinations of soil (and groundwater) categories as presented here. The MA DEP also has a great list of acronyms for those totally confused by the alphabet soup of site cleanup.  Method 1 S-1 Standards
Method 1 S-2 Standards
Method 1 S-3 Standards
Method 2 Standards
Method 3 UCLs
       
Michigan: Part 201/213 Cleanup Levels View Part 201/213 Levels
Administrative Rule Part 201 provides Generic Cleanup Criteria for soil and groundwater for differing situations (direct exposure, protection of groundwater, inhalation, etc.). Also has the toxicity information for those who calculate their own in the Rule 752 table.  Rule Part 213 addressed risk-based screening levels for Tanks. The link to right takes you to a page that has the combined levels - Attachment 1, Tables 1 - 4.
       
Minnesota: Soil Reference Values (SRVs) View MN SRVs
The Voluntary Investigation and Cleanup Program (VCP) has draft guidance documents available. Appendix C presents the draft Tier 1 and Tier 2 SRVs for this program.
       
Mississippi: Target Remediation Goals (TRGs) View MS TRGs
The MS DEQ has developed risk evaluation procedures for voluntary cleanup and redevelopment of Brownfields. The guidance and Target Remediation Goals (TRGs) are in the link to the right. We have also included cleanup levels for underground storage tanks. MS UST Levels
       
Missouri: MRBCA Default Target Levels and RBTLs View MRBCA Levels Page
Missouri Risk-Based Corrective Action (MRBCA) guidance provides a policy for remediation decisions at contaminated sites. Appendices have screening levels for sites including Default Target Levels, Tier 1 RBTLs, Building Surface levels, and Background levels in the Appendices. Go to bottom of page for links.
Missouri: MRBCA For Tank Sites View MRBCA Tanks Guidance
Missouri Risk-Based Corrective Action (MRBCA) for Tanks guidance provides a policy for remediation decisions at Tank sites. First link takes you to the main page for the guidance. Second link is to the soil type dependent Tier 1 risk-based target levels for Tank sites. Tanks Tier 1 RBTLs
       
Montana: Risk-Based Screening Levels (RBSLs) View MT UST Levels
These Montana DEQ RBCA-based levels are for petroleum releases. There are RBSLs for differing depths to groundwater and land uses. The first link takes you to the list of Tier 1 tables including Table 1 (surface soil RBSLs), Table 2 (subsurface soil RBSLs), Table 3 (groundwater RBSLs) and Appendix C (master table of soil levels - recommended). 
Montana: Voluntary Cleanup and Redevelopment Act View MT VCRA Guidance
The Montana VCRA allows cleanup to published and/or determined levels following a hierarchy presented in the 2012 Application Guide. The hierarchy includes using RBSLs for petroleum releases (above), EPA Region 9 SSL values for migration of groundwater (cleach), EPA Region 9 PRGs for soil and air, background, Washington State and DOE levels for sediment, state's abandoned mine cleanup values (could not find online), and site-specific determined cleanup levels. This program has flexibility but readers are advised to read the guide. MT Vapor Level Calculator
MT SW & GW Levels
MT Background Soil Levels
       
Nebraska: Risk-based Screening Levels View NE Tanks RBCA Guidance
The Nebraska DEQ Leaking Underground Storage Tanks program has risk-based screening levels (RBSLs) starting on page 65 for petroleum-related constituents.
       
New Hampshire: Risk Characterization and Management Policy View RCMP document
This is the NHDES' Risk Characterization and Management Policy has values for groundwater and soil. The document also has some background levels for metals in NH. Be sure to use the 04/2001 revised values. Takes time to open this one. TY Denise!
       
New Jersey: Soil Remediation Standards View NJ Soil Standards
This is the NJ DEP Site Remediation Program's soil cleanup criteria. Includes residential and industrial levels, as well as protection of groundwater levels. 
       
New Mexico: Soil Screening Levels (SSLs) View NM SSLs - Table A-1
The NM Environmental Department has updated its Soil Screening Guidelines with its 2012 Risk Assessment Guidance for Site Investigations and Remediation; which includes screening levels for residential, industrial and construction land uses/receptors. NM also uses EPA Region 6 RSLs. Also including link to October 2006 TPH benchmarks. TPH Benchmarks
Region 6 RSLs
       
New York: Soil Cleanup Objectives and Water Standards View NY Soil Cleanup Objectives
Part 703 contains surface water and groundwater standards. Subpart 375-6 has Remedial Program Soil Cleanup Objectives for soil, protection of groundwater, and protection of ecological endpoints. NY Water Standards
       
North Carolina: Screening Levels for Inactive Sites View NC SRG Levels for Soil
In August 2010, NCDE's Inactive Hazardous Sites Branch released giudance for Registered Environmental Consultant Program which presents guidance on overseeing sites including screening levels in Appendix D. For Soil Remediation Goals (SRGs); modifications to the values can be made. (Note that these were updated in 2013 and agency did not change the link - Thank you NCDE!!) For groundwater, levels are in the original regulation 15A NCAC and in Interim Maximum Allowable Concentrations (IMACs) document. For upgradient sediment, use soil SRGs. For downgradient, use EPA Region 4 Eco levels. Also has residential and industrial Vapor Intrusion screening levels. Note: Levels may be change in the next year; for latest levels, go to NC's Superfund Page. NC 15A NCAC GW Levels
NC Interim GW IMAC Levels
EPA Region 4 Eco Values Page
NC Residential VI Levels
NC Industrial VI Levels
NC's Superfund Page
       
North Dakota: Cleanup Action Level Guidelines for Gasoline and Other Petroleum Hydrocarbons View ND UST Levels
These are released by the North Dakota Department of Health. Gives a benzene and TPH value for soils.
       
Ohio: Generic Numeric Standards View VAP & RBCA Standards
The Ohio EPA had stated that EPA RSLs can be used for carcinogens and 1/10 the EPA RSL for noncarcinogens (excluding lead) for Ohio EPA, DERR Remedial Response Program and Federal Facilities Section sites. Memo is no longer available. Here are he VAP and RBCA standards.
       
Oregon: Risk-Based Concentrations View RBDM Table
Oregonís Department of Environmental Quality published RBCs to go with its Risk-Based Decision Making (RBDM) for the Remediation of Petroleum-Contaminated Sites. Kudos to OR for offering levels that address vapor intrusion into buildings.
       
Pennsylvania: Medium Specific Concentrations (MSCs) View PA Health Standards
The Department of Environmental Protection has new MSCs for soil and groundwater released in January 2011. Also, has ecological values and defaults for calculating lead values. The link takes you to a list of tables (excel or pdf) for all the "Statewide Health Standards". TY Mark!
       
Rhode Island: Metals Background Levels View RI Background Metals
An older document with background levels for metals in Rhode Island.
       
South Carolina: Risk-Based Corrective Action for Tanks View SC Tanks RBCA Guidance
South Carolina has the May 2001 Risk-based Corrective Action for Petroleum Releases guidance. Levels are in Appendix B.
       
South Dakota: Look-Up Tables View SD Lookup Tables
The SD Department of Environment & Natural Resources has look-up tables including a table for BTEX, naphthalene and MTBK in surface soils and GW in near proximity to PVC lines.
       
Tennessee: Cleanup Criteria for Petroleum Contaminated Sites View TN-RBCA Levels in Excel
At the end of 2004, the Division implemented a new Risk Based Corrective Action (TN-RBCA) Process for UST sites.
       
Texas: Protective Concentration Levels (PCLs) View TX PCLs
The TRRP Tier 1 protective concentration levels (PCLs) are the default cleanup standards in the Texas Risk Reduction Program. Updated regularly.
       
Utah: Screening Levels for UST Sites View UT 2005 Screening Levels
Cleanup screening level information BTEX and TPH in soil and groundwater samples dated November 1, 2005; became effective May 15, 2006 (updated 5/16/2006). TY Mark!
Utah: RCLs for UST Sites View UT 1990 Memo and RCLs
This memo includes the 1990 document showing Utah's guidelines for the older Recommended Soil Cleanup Levels (RCLs) related to Underground Storage Tanks. Presents levels for TPH and BTEX. Numbers are for gasoline constituents and a little hard to find: go to the end of the document to Tables 10 thru 12.
       
Vermont: Brownfields Cleanup Standards View VT Surface Water
Vermont's Department of Environmental Conservation's Brownfields Reuse Initiative has cleanup standards and guidance for surface water (large 2011 pdf) and groundwater. Link is to the complete list of tables. 
Vermont: Preventive Action Levels (PALs) View VT PALs
Vermont's DEC has groundwater protection values - PALs - in this large 2005 pdf. Values are inTable 1 and Table 2 of Appendix One.   PALs are considered as an early warning mechanism of potential groundwater quality degradation. VT Section 12-803 details the responses needed when a PAL is reached or exceeded. Note that "reached" is an action threshold for these. Thank you DF!!
       
Virginia: Voluntary Remediation Program Risk Assessment Guidance View VA Tables
Virginia's Department of Environmental Quality has a tiered procedure similar to other states. They have Excel tables with information on toxicity, exposure factors, etc. to use in your calculations. They also have tables for soil levels, groundwater values, and some surface water info. Link is to the complete list of tables. 
       
Washington: CLARC Search Engine View CLARC Engine
The Cleanup Levels and Risk Calculation (CLARC) tool is a searchable database developed and maintained by the Washington State Department of Ecology (Ecology). Enter in the chemical and parameters and it generates the screening level. GO to GUIDANCE at top of page and click the media of interest. Metals Background Levels
Washington: WAC Soil Cleanup Levels View Table 740-1 Unrestricted Soils
Here are links to the WAC cleanup levels for soil and groundwater at unrestricted land use sites (Table 740-1) and industrial land use sites (Table 720-1). Table 720-1 Industrial Soil
Washington: Site-specific Levels for Former Dupont Works View DuPont Site SRLs
From the "Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment for the Former DuPont Works Site", Appendix E has Soil Cleanup Level and Remediation Level Calculations. These are for this site only but can provide an example for project managers.
       
West Virginia: Voluntary Remediation Levels   Table 60-3B
The WV Voluntary Remediation Rule presents soil, groundwater, and leaching levels in Table 60-3B (end of linked document). Looking for link to Redevelopment Act's tiered approach levels, formerly Appendix C-1.
       
Wisconsin: Remediation Levels View NR746 Document
The WI DNR has some regulations with actual remediation values in Chapter NR746. For residual petroleum in soils, see Tables 2 and 3, available in the full NR746 document in pdf form or in the online outline which seems to have a couple more values listed.  For generic soil levels, see NR720.09(4). For groundwater standards, see Tables 1 and 2 of the NR140 document (pdf or outline). For guidance on conducting site-specific standards, see NR720. NR 720 - Soil Levels
NR 140 - GW Levels
       
Wyoming: Cleanup Levels Under the Voluntary Remediation Program View Combined Cleanup Table
The Voluntary Remediation Program has a combined (soil, groundwater, leaching) levels table. Fact Sheet #12 has TPH levels for soil and groundwater. Also, hierarchy on GW levels is presented in Fact Sheet #13. TPH Cleanup Levels
Fact Sheet on GW Levels
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INTERNATIONAL Guidance Documents And Values
       
Australia: Health-Based Guidelines View Australia HILs
Health-based soil investigation levels (HILs) are included in Appendix 1 of this guidance document; go to end of each substance paragraph.
       
Canada: Canada-Wide Standards View Canada-Wide Standards
Canada-wide Standards (CWSs) are intergovernmental qualitative or quantitative standards, guidelines, objectives and criteria for protecting the environment and reducing risks to human health.
Canada: Canada-Wide Standards for Petroleum Hydrocarbons in Soil View CWSs for PHC
Canada-wide Standards (CWSs) for petroleum hydrocarbons in soil.
       
Netherlands: Dutch Intervention Values View Dutch Values 2000
The Dutch Intervention Values were widely used throughout Europe. There were at least 3 circulars (2000, 2006 and 2009). Please use with caution as these are third-party (original agency has withdrawn them). Dutch Values 2009
       
UK: CLEA Values and Software View CLEA Docs and SGVs
Contaminated Land Exposure Assessment (CLEA) presents the CLEA model, software, Health Criteria Values (TOX reports) and the Soil Guideline Values (SGVs). This replaces the older ICRCL values as available. SGVs are at the bottom of the page. CLEA Software
UK: ICRCL Values View ICRCL Values
The Interdepartmental Committee on the Redevelopment of Contaminated Land (ICRCL) published the Guidance Note 59/83 in 1983 and updated in 1987(2nd edition). It set out a number of Trigger Values (threshold and action concentrations) for contaminants in soil including ten metals, cyanides, sulphates, PAHs and phenols. Outdated by the CLEA numbers now.
UK: Kelly Indices - Gasworks Values View Kelly Indices
Kelly Indices (Former GLC) Guidelines for Contaminated Soils is specifically developed for gasworks sites in London.
       
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Other Stuff
GO EPA Soil Screening Guidance's Attachment C: Radiological Chemical Specific Parameters.
GO ATSDR's obtained values for drinking water and air. They also have their own dose levels termed Minimum Risk Levels (MRLs).
GO Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS): This is the ultimate source for all your toxicity value needs (well most of them).
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