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The Environmental Radiochemistry Unit analyzes environmental samples submitted by public water systems, local health departments, the Environmental Health Section, Solid Waste Management, and Radiation Protection. Natural and manmade radiation levels in air, water, milk, food and other media, are currently monitored. These environmental surveillance programs are outlined below. All parameters are not tested on each sample.
The North Carolina State Laboratory of Public Health has upgraded its website reporting portal to enhance protection of health related information.
Results for environmental samples reported by the NCSLPH are not considered HIPPA protected documents. To access this data click the Continue button and you will be directed to the webpage where results can be viewed and printed.