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EPA Proposes Changes To Rules On Lead Contamination In Water

Newsy Friday, 11 October 2019 ()
EPA Proposes Changes To Rules On Lead Contamination In WaterWatch VideoThe EPA has proposed new regulations on lead and copper in drinking water.

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced the proposed updates at a news conference in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Thursday. Some of the changes include requiring water systems to test lead levels at schools and child care facilities,...
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EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler called the proposal &quot;the first major overhaul of the Lead and Copper Rule in over two decades.&quot;

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