Your results will be aggregated into a database, but your name and personal information will remain confidential. You, as an individual, will not be identifiable from the public data. You will receive your personal data via a report that will be either mailed to you, or accessible online with a confidential log-in.
Your name and exact address will not be released. However, your data, your occupation and your general location will be aggregated in a large database. This way, we can compare chemical exposures between occupations, and between locations.
When you sign up for a study, you will know what chemicals are being tested. You will receive the full list of chemicals that were tested for, as well as the list of chemicals that were detected in your sampler. When possible, we will include reference data to help put your results in context. Here is an example of how we presented results to a recent study.