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Lead and Copper
General LCR Questions
Job Corps Centers have daycare centers. Is Job Corps subject to the Lead and Copper Rule, specifically the requirements for how to collect water samples?
3. Could you post a link to the original Lead and Copper Rule published in 1991? I have been researching the rule, and can't seem to find the original rule, only the amendments to it.
A water system is on reduced monitoring for lead and copper. If this system adds new or revised treatment, must the system resume lead and copper sampling as a new system?
A community water system that exceeds the lead action level on the basis of tap water samples must deliver pamphlets and/or brochures that contain public education material to facilities and organizations (40 CFR 141.85(c)(2)(iii)). What type of organizat
Can lead affect every home?
Can plumbing fixtures or devices containing 8.0 percent or less lead contribute lead to drinking water?
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Health Concerns Regarding Lead and Copper
How can I get my child's blood lead level tested?
Is exposure to lead contaminated drinking water from absorption through skin a health threat?
What is the standard for copper in drinking water? What are the potential health effects?
Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act
Are temporarily installed items, including those used for emergency repairs, subject to the new lead free requirements?
Are household appliances or fixtures, such as washing machines, dishwashers and water heaters subject to the lead free requirements?
How does EPA interpret the new statutory provisions to apply to repairs, reinstallations, and replacement parts?
Can plating be used to coat a leaded brass part to make it comply with the <0.25% content of SWDA 1417?
Has EPA interpreted the term ?introduction into commerce? in SDWA Section 1417(a)(3)?
Do cities have to swap out fire hydrants to comply with the Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act?
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