- Development of a Web-based tool to collect and display water system customer service areas for public health action 
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- Direct Measurement of Perchlorate Exposure Biomarkers in a Highly Exposed Population: A Pilot Study 
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- White Paper: Development of Methods for Tracking Exposures to Contaminants in Drinking Water 
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SWRCB is responsible for regulating public drinking water systems in California.
OEHHA conducts scientific evaluations of health risks associated with hazardous substances in the environment. OEHAA's CalEnviroScreen is a mapping tool that helps identify communities that are most impacted by environmental health hazards, including drinking water contamination.
OGWDW, along with EPA's ten regional drinking water programs, oversees implementation of the Safe Drinking Water Act, which is the national law safeguarding tap water in the U.S.
AWWA is an nonprofit organization with a membership comprised of water professionals and 4,600 water supply utilities.
ACWA is a coalition of nearly 450 public water agencies, responsible for 90% of the water delivered to cities, farms and businesses in California.
NRDC is an international environmental action organization with a staff of over 500 lawyers, scientists, and policy experts. NRDC addresses many environmental issues including water quality, global warming, clean energy, and more.
The Sierra Club is a national member-based environmental organization and is engaged on a wide range of water issues at the group and chapter level across the country because waterways are easily impacted by pollution, climate, and development.
Scorecard is a nationwide, online resource that provides data and information on pollution problems and toxic chemicals, including air and water quality.
EJCW is a statewide coalition of grassroots groups and organizations building a community-based movement empowering underserved communities to advocate for clean, safe, and affordable water.
Since 1991, the USGS has systematically collected chemical, biological, and physical water quality data on 42 study units nationwide.
The CDC is a major component of the Department of Health and Human Services. The CDC conducts critical science and provides health information that protects the US against expensive and dangerous health threats and responds to fight disease when threats arise
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. The World Health Organization provides information on safe drinking water.