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Uranium

Contaminant Guide

URANIUM

Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL)

0.03 mg/L

Potential Health Effects
(from ingestion of water)

Kidney effects, cancer

Potential Source of Contaminant

Naturally occurring

Applicable NSF/ANSI Standard(s)

None

Suggested Treatment

Although NSF International does not currently certify any products for reduction of uranium, reverse osmosis, distillation, or anion exchange resins may be helpful.

Special Notes

Consumers are encouraged to monitor their water supply when using one of the product technologies listed above in order to ensure the selected product is adequately reducing uranium levels.

For a list of products certified for reduction of this contaminant, visit the Certified Drinking Water Treatment Products page.

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