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State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection

State of New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
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Drinking Water Research

Drinking water studies include forecasting algal blooms, susceptibility of potable water distribution systems, tentatively identified compounds, arsenic and mercury in residential well water, dermal absorption of inorganic arsenic from water lead, nitrates, giardia, cryptosporidium, and reservoir protection.

Staff Expertise

Research
Lee Lippincott - (609) 984-4699

Standards and Human Health
Gloria Post - (609) 292-8497

Water Treatment
Lee Lippincott - (609) 984-4699

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Private Well Testing Act -

Status of NJDEP PFOA Activities (August 2009) Contaminants in Drinking Water

Homeowner's Guide to Arsenic in Drinking Water

Reports & Project Summaries
** Indicates that the DSRT publications is located on the New Jersey Environmental Digital Library

Identification of Perfluorinated Carboxylic Acids (PFCAs) in the Metedeconk River Watershed 2016


Related - Departmental Drinking Water Studies

Division of Science, Research and Environmental Health
Dr. Gary A. Buchanan, Director
Mailing Address:
Mail code 428-01, P.O. Box 420
Trenton, NJ 0862

Phone: (609) 984-6070
Fax: (609) 292-7340

For Information regarding this site, please contact Terri Tucker.