BfR recommends the establishment of a European maximum level for uranium in drinking and mineral water

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German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment;
(2007)
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5281/zenodo.582259
  • Subject: mineral waters | maximum residue level | Germany | uranium | drinking water | Opinion
    mesheuropmc: complex mixtures | inorganic chemicals | technology, industry, and agriculture

Uranium is a widespread, radioactive heavy metal on earth. It is to be found in varying concentrations and states in various rocks and minerals as well as in water, soil and air. Uranium may also reach the environment anthropogenically for instance in mineral phosphate ... View more
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