FSA publishes survey of radiological substances in bottled water
The UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published a survey of the levels of radioactive substances currently found in bottled drinking water.
According to FSA, no health risks were identified. The survey said some naturally-occurring radioactivity was detected in the 28 samples of UK bottled drinking water, but these were not at levels that would cause harm to health.
FSA said the survey was prompted by a directive from the European Commission that set limits of radioactive substances in different sources of drinking water.
The survey results can be found here.