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The Drinking Water Treatability Database (TDB) is an accumulation of referenced information on the control of contaminants in drinking water, affording users the opportunity to access drinking water treatment process information without having to consult multiple sources. The TDB is the ideal place to determine the effectiveness of treatment processes on selected contaminants. The information collected within the TDB may be used for regulatory purposes such as regulatory review and contaminant candidates list (CCL) determinations, and in designating best available technology (BAT). It may also range from being used in response to water security emergencies or to aid in spill emergencies to water treatment design and in identifying research needs.