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EPA proposes requiring lead water pipes to be replaced in 10 years

  • The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed strict new rules that would require most U.S. Cities to replace lead water pipes within 10 years in an effort to reduce lead in drinking water and prevent public health crises.
  • The proposal aims to improve IQ scores in children and reduce high blood pressure and heart disease in adults, with the goal of ensuring safe, lead-free drinking water for all.
  • The Biden administration has emphasized equity and justice in addressing the legacy issue of lead in water, with plans to invest billions of dollars in overcoming practical and financial obstacles.
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