Links Specific to Your State
District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority - Information including: Lead exposure and health, sources of lead in drinking water including lead service lines, obtaining a home test kit, what you can do to reduce exposure to lead in drinking water, publications, contact information, and more
District Department of Energy and Environment - Information on lead pipe replacement
Find more information about your local drinking water by accessing your water provider’s Consumer Confidence Report (CCR), also known as an annual drinking water quality report. Your CCR tells you where your water comes from and what's in it. Please note that CCRs for all water systems may not be available. Here are some tips for refining your search: Only populate the state field, click 'Search', then browse the results for your CWS, or narrow your search by adding the name of your county.
Find Your State-Certified Lead Testing Laboratories
Resources prepared by the Horsley Witten Group and commissioned by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.
Lead in Drinking Water: What to Know if You are a Renter or Condo Owner (WKKF)
El Plomo en Agua Potable: Lo Que Debe Saber Si Usted Es Un Inquilino O Propietario De Un Condominio (WKKF)
Lead in Drinking Water: What to Know if You are a Homeowner (WKKF)
El Plomo en Agua Potable: Lo Que Debe Saber Si Usted Es Propietario De Una Casa (WKKF)
Basic Information about Lead in Drinking Water Website (EPA)
Find drinking water quality information for your community (EPA)
Find a state-certified testing laboratory (EPA)
How to Identify Lead Free Certification Marks for Drinking Water System & Plumbing Products (EPA)
Guide to Choosing a Certified Lead Filtration Device (NSF International)
Managing Lead in Drinking Water at Schools and Early Childhood Education Facilities (WKKF)