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Top Things you Need to Know about Toxicology Requirements in the NSF/ANSI Drinking Water Product Standards

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Understanding Toxicology and Analytical Requirements in NSF/ANSI Water Standards

Wednesday, February 19, 2020 | 10:00 AM CST

Manufacturers may know that the NSF/ANSI drinking water standards evaluate health effects from a product, but many are confused by the toxicological work that goes into establishing a test program and confirming compliance. This UL webinar will address common questions our toxicologists receive about testing and certification:

  • Why do certifiers gather such detailed information about the product?
  • How is a test battery established?
  • Where do the pass/fail levels come from?
  • Why can the project timeline and quoted price increase when a pass/fail level doesn’t exist?
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