Getting the Lead Out: Protecting New England’s Drinking Water

While Flint, Michigan may have been the highest profile case of water being contaminated with lead in recent years, lead is an issue that water systems across the country have to navigate and monitor closely.  Earlier this year, elevated levels of lead were found in the drinking fountains at two Boston public schools; the fountains were shut down, and two school department employees were placed on administrative leave.    Read the article………….


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