Article | January 26, 2024

Decoding LCRI: Exploring How Technology Can Help With Compliance

Source: Trinnex
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The use of lead pipes was banned in the 1980s, yet over 9.2 million American households still connect to water through lead pipes and lead service lines. These decades-old lead pipes pose an ever-present risk to the health and wellbeing of Americans. The unfortunate reality is that there is no safe level of exposure to lead. It can harm children as well as adults, and cause consequences that would be hard to avoid. The proposed Lead and Copper Rule Improvements (LCRI) is a solution to this concern and presents a once-in-a-generation opportunity to improve our water infrastructure with a positive impact on community health and wellbeing. Let’s dive a little deeper.

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