Effective in 1977, the EPA set the same standard as a National Interim Primary Drinking Water Regulation.
What does NIPDWR stand for?
NIPDWR stands for National Interim Primary Drinking Water Regulation
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maximum contaminant level (MCL) standard for arsenic in drinking water was set at 50 micrograms/liter ([[micro]gram]/L or ppb) by the National Interim Primary Drinking Water Regulation (1).