Health Risk Limits Rules Amendments - Overview and Links - EH: Minnesota Department of Health

Health Risk Limits Rules for Groundwater
Rules Amendments -
Overview and Links

Introduction

Health-based guidance for water is a concentration of a chemical (or a mixture of chemicals) in drinking water that is likely to pose little or no health risk to humans. Health Risk Limits (HRLs), a type of health-based guidance, are adopted through a formal rulemaking process authorized in statute.

MDH conducts rulemaking for HRLs on a periodic cycle in order to allow new or updated water guidance to be considered for adoption into rule. For the current rules amendments, there are currently 31 water contaminants under consideration for inclusion.

General information about rulemaking and a summary of the rules amendments are provided through the links below. For questions or more information, please contact us.

Updated Monday, 22-Mar-2021 11:46:01 CDT