Consultation on bromate in drinking water
Find out how to participate in the consultation process to update the drinking water guideline for bromate.
The public consultation is now closed. Thank you for your interest.
About the consultation
The Federal-Provincial-Territorial Committee on Drinking Water is updating the drinking water guideline for bromate. As part of this review, a consultation process is taking place.
This consultation is being done to get feedback on:
- the proposed guideline and the approach used to develop it
- the potential costs of putting it in place
- how well certified laboratories can reliably measure bromate at or below the proposed maximum acceptable concentration
- the availability of additional exposure data (the levels of measured chemicals or other agents in people)
Based on the feedback received, the Guideline Technical Document on Bromate in Drinking Water will be updated.
The consultation comment process
Guideline technical documents are developed with the help of our provincial and territorial partners, through the federal-provincial-territorial committee.
Provinces and territories are responsible for drinking water quality in their areas.
Your comments will be shared with the appropriate committee member, along with your name and job position. If you do not want this information shared, please indicate this when you submit your comments.
All comments and suggestions must be received before February 5, 2016.
How to take part in the consultation process
Please read this consultation document and submit your comments to the Committee on Drinking Water Secretariat.
Comments can be sent by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also mail your comments to:
Water and Air Quality Bureau, Health Canada
3rd Floor, 269 Laurier Avenue West
Address Locator. 4903D
Ottawa, ON K1A 0K9
Please include the title of the consultation document that you are commenting on.
After the consultation, the guideline technical document will be revised and posted online. A summary of the comments received and how they have been addressed will be available upon request.
If you have any questions, you may contact us at email@example.com
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