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Posted on: May 10, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Volunteers needed for lead and copper water testing from their household taps

Lead and Copper sampling study flyer may 2021

Lead and Copper sampling study flyer may 2021The Town's Utility Department is looking for volunteers to participate in the upcoming lead and copper sampling as required by the United State Environmental Protection Agency’s (USEPA) Lead and Copper Rule.  

The Lead and Copper Rule, 40 C.F.R. Sections 141.80 to 141.91, requires monitoring at the consumer taps to identify levels of lead in drinking water that may result from corrosion of lead-bearing components in a public water system’s distribution system or in household plumbing. These samples help assess the need for, or the effectiveness of, corrosion control treatment.

The Utility Department is planning on collecting the required samples in July 2021.  

Interested? Email to register.  

All participants will be contacted and provided with all supplies necessary for sample collection.  

For more information, visit the EPA's website. 




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