Managing chemical hazards in drinking-water
A large number of potentially toxic chemicals may occur in drinking-water. WHO Guidelines for Drinking-water Quality provide guidance on individual chemicals and their management. Management approaches vary according to the source of the chemical as described in Chapter 8 of the Guidelines.
Other publications include:
- Chemical safety of drinking-water: assessing priorities for risk management (in preparation)
- Occurrence of cyanobacterial toxins (mycrocystins) in surface water of rural Bangladesh: pilot study