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Point of Use Drinking Water Testing for Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) Compliance, Lead Service Line Replacement (LSLR) and Customer Request Programs
LCR Compliance, Lead Service Line Replacement and Customer Requests exponentially increased the number of point of use water quality tests the Pittsbu...
600 Thousand USD
Pittsburgh Water & Sewer Authority, Pittsburgh Mayors Office
Vermont finds unsafe levels of lead in 17% of its schools in pilot program, prompts schools to act
Vermont's Department of Health, Agency of Natural Resources, and the Agency of Education began a pilot program to test for lead in 16 schools to build...
Zero Upfront Cost
Department of Health, Agency of Natural Resources, and Agency of Education
Madison Water Utility replaces 8,000 lead service lines
Madison’s Lead Service Replacement Line program was the first of its kind in the country. It was aimed at replacing all lead service lines in the city...
15.5 Million USD
Testing for Lead in Schools - Indiana Statewide Program
When the Indiana Finance Authority and Indiana Department of Environmental Management wanted to provide free lead testing to all public schools in Ind...
2.1 Million USD
Indiana Finance Authority, Indiana Department of Environmental Management
Engaging spanish-speaking residents in lead pipe replacement in Wellington, CO
Wellington simplified Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) logistics and future-proofed the program by creating Spanish versions of implementation protocols. Th...
15 Thousand USD
City of Loveland automates Lead & Copper Rule Compliance to meet all testing standards
The City of Loveland, CO has automated its Lead and Copper Rule compliance by adopting an end-to-end modern platform that handles its sampling program...
6 Thousand USD
Water and Power
Cincinnati's Lead Service Line Replacement Program - Improving health and revitalizing communities
Greater Cincinnati Water Works (GCWW) has had a very successful program to control the corrosion of lead for many years. However, the Flint crisis, a...
66 Million USD
City of Cincinnati