Lead and Copper Rule: More Than Meets the Eye

Moody, Chris
December 2019
Journal: American Water Works Association;Dec2019, Vol. 111 Issue 12, p11
Academic Journal
Keywords: Lead; Lead and Copper Rule; Public Health; Water Contamination; Risks Places an across-the-board requirement on water systems to develop and maintain an inventory of all LSLs within three years of rule promulgation, and galvanized service lines preceded by lead pipe count as lead services.


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