Health Advisory Level

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Health Advisory Level?

A non-regulatory health-based reference level of chemical traces (usually in ppm) in drinking water at which there are no adverse health risks when ingested over various periods of time. Such levels are established for one day, 10 days, long-term and life-time exposure periods. They contain a wide margin of safety.

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Action Levels   Advisory   A-Scale Sound Level   Background Level   Cumulative Working Level Months CWLM   Drinking Water Equivalent Level   Exposure Level   Health Assessment   High-Level Nuclear Waste Facility   
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