New Resource Helps Communities Replace Lead Service Lines

January 17, 2017

Check out the latest new resource to help communities replace lead service lines to improve tap water quality - the Lead Service Line Replacement Collaborative project. The collaborative of

23 national public health, water utility, labor, consumer, housing, state and local governmental, and environmental organizations are uniting to help communities replace old lead pipes that are the primary culprit behind the lead contamination of millions of Americans' drinking water. The group provides advice and tools to speed up pipe replacement.

 

For more information on the Lead Service Line Replacement Collaborative project, visit www.lslr-collaborative.org, read coverage by USA Today or this blog post by Environmental Defense Fund, an LSLRC member.

 

 

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