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Test Lead in Water Guide for USA

How to Test Lead in Water 2022 Guide

The Lead and Copper Rule in the USA is designed to protect human health by minimizing exposure to lead and copper in drinking water. In order to meet the new standards, utilities, treatment plants, and schools will need to make significant changes. But what does that mean for your household?

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Test for Lead in Drinking Water in British Columbia

Lead in Drinking Water Guidelines for British Columbia FAQ

Lead (Pb) is a naturally occurring toxic metal found in water, soil, and air. Lead is a neurotoxin, a carcinogen, and a heavy metal that bio-accumulates in the body. Lead enters drinking water primarily through the corrosion of plumbing material. Exposure to lead may cause health issues ranging from stomach disorders to possible brain damage. ­

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