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The consequence of a false acceptance decision error will be a more severe one because of the violation of the NPDES permit. The consequence of a false rejection decision error will be a more severe one because of the unmitigated threat to the environment. 4 Specify a ‘gray region’ As we already know, in Step 6 of the DQO process the planning team will be mainly concerned with the uncertainty of decisions based on the mean sample concentrations that are close to the action level. Collecting a greater number of samples to better approximate the true concentration will reduce this uncertainty.
What are the contaminants of concern and target analytes? What are the acceptance criteria for the PARCC parameters? Who are the decision-makers? Who will collect the data? Why do we need to collect the particular kind of data and not the other? When will we collect the data? Where will we collect the data? How will we collect the data? How will we determine whether we have collected a sufﬁcient volume of data? How will we determine whether the collected data are valid? How will we determine whether the collected data are relevant?
Low variability data have higher conﬁdence levels and smaller conﬁdence intervals. ) For matrices with high variability, the same may be achieved by collecting more samples, however this may not be feasible due to budget limitations. The planning team may base the gray region selection on the evaluation of risk associated with false acceptance decisions, rely on recommendations of regulatory guidance documents, or use professional judgment and experience with similar sites. The selection of the gray region for Case Study A is illustrated in the box on the next page.