Lead in water
Thanks to scientific research, today we understand that lead in water is far more prevalent than originally thought, poses chronic and acute exposure risks, and is challenging to detect through available testing methods. This section offers a brief overview of how lead in water works.
The lead and copper rule
The LCR is the EPA regulation enacted in 1991 to protect the public from lead in drinking water. Although it was a step in the right direction, today it is recognized as inherently weak, outdated, and routinely mis-implemented. This section offers a brief overview of how it works.