Article | January 27, 2020

New LCR Revisions Push Systems Into Uncharted Waters: School & Childcare Facility Testing

Source: 120Water
School and Daycare
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Among all the Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) regarding testing, reporting, and reacting to lead levels in drinking water is an entirely new requirement for water testing at K-12 schools and licensed childcare centers in a utility’s service area. Here are some thought-provoking considerations for involved schools and the utilities, government officials, and engineering firms who serve them.

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