Lead and Copper in Public Drinking Water: Rules and Reports


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The EPA regulates the permissible amounts of lead and copper in public drinking water, and requires periodic testing to ensure that water systems meet the required standards.

For system operators

For water customers

Last reviewed on Feb 28, 2023

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