The tragic events in Flint Michigan that occurred when lead levels rose well above the allowable concentrations in some homes resulted from corossion control efforts and protocols that did not adequately address changes in water quality when the raw water source and treatment processes changed. All drinking water utilities are best served by adopting a stradegy and protocol that actively, aggressively, and continuously conducts testing as well as water water quality monitoring that stays ahead of lead, copper, and iron corossion in the distribution system.
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- John Potts, P.E. / Rebecca Wilder, E.I.
- Kimley-Horn & Associates, Inc. / Town of Jupiter
- AMTA Technology Transfer Workshop, Columbus, OH
- AMTA Technology Transfer Workshop
- Lead, Copper, Regulations