MERP Stakeholder Meetings
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To learn more about MERP, please view the following:
For more information on fish consumption advisories and safe eating guidelines, visit the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment’s webpage on safe eating advisories.
For water quality and other information addressing questions about toxic chemicals in fish and shellfish, visit the California Water Quality Monitoring Council’s Safe to Eat portal.
The Contaminants in Fish from California Lakes and Reservoirs, 2007-2008 report presents the largest study on contaminants in fish ever conducted in California, with data on 272 of California’s more than 9,000 lakes and reservoirs. It provides information to help prioritize lakes in need of further study to develop of consumption guidelines and cleanup plans, and that the public can use to learn about the degree of contamination of their favorite fishing spots.
The Delta Methylmercury Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) is a comprehensive pollution control plan to identify the amount of a pollutant that a water body can hold and still be safe for uses by humans and wildlife. The Delta Methylmercury TMDL was adopted by the Regional Board on April 22, 2010, and approved by the State Water Resources Control Board and the California Office of Administrative Law, and includes a control program to reduce methylmercury and inorganic mercury in the Delta.