US EPA, Leaders of Flint and Detroit, Michigan Discuss Lead in Drinking Water

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Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) hosted a community roundtable with organizers representing Flint, Michigan and Detroit, Michigan to highlight the experience of these two cities with lead in drinking water. This roundtable discussion, along with nine others being held with communities across the country, is essential to informing EPA’s review of the Lead and Copper Rule (LCR) revisions to ensure that the rule is grounded in the lived experience of individuals and communities that are most at-risk of exposure to lead in drinking water.



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