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Drinking Water: EPA Should Strengthen Ongoing Efforts to Ensure That Consumers Are Protected from Lead Contamination
Elevated lead levels in the District of Columbia’s

 
Our Price: $20.00
By John B. Stephenson (au)
Year: 2006
Pages: 76
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422305929

Description
 
Elevated lead levels in the District of Columbia’s (Wash., D.C.) tap water in 2003 prompted questions about how well consumers are protected nationwide. The EPA, states, & local water systems share responsibility for providing safe drinking water. Lead typically enters tap water as a result of the corrosion of lead in the water lines or household plumbing. EPA’s lead rule establishes testing & treatment requirements. This report discusses: (1) EPA’s data on the rule’s implementation; (2) what implementation of the rule suggests about the need for changes to the regulatory framework; & (3) the extent to which drinking water at schools & child care facilities is tested for lead. Includes recommendations. Charts, tables & drawings.

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