Maximum contaminant level

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Maximum contaminant level is the legal threshold limit on the amount of a hazardous substance that is allowed in drinking water. The limit, set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is usually expressed as a concentration in milligrams or micrograms per liter of water.

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