US Tightens Regulations On Testing Drinking Water For Lead; Critics Remain Unconvinced

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Washington DC, United States

In a first revision of the country's Lead and Copper Rule since 1991, United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Administrator Andrew Wheeler announced, 10 October, a proposed new requirement that local water systems must meet for testing for lead.