Endosulfan has negligible residues in drinking water who report

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The WHO while setting guidelines for drinking water quality conducted a study for Endosulfan concentrations in public drinking water. Studies reveal that endosulfan usually occurs at concentrations …

The WHO while setting guidelines for drinking water quality conducted a study for Endosulfan concentrations in public drinking water. Studies reveal that endosulfan usually occurs at concentrations in drinking-water well below those at which toxic effects can be expected to occur, and it is therefore not considered necessary to derive a guideline value for endosulfan in drinking water.

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