Review Details High Lead Levels in Detroit Schools Water

Review Details High Lead Levels in Detroit Schools Water Photo: KSTP-TV

October 09, 2018 06:36 AM

A review of water testing results at Detroit public schools found that one school had more than 54 times the allowable amount of lead under federal guidelines while another exceeded the regulated copper level by nearly 30 times.

The Detroit News reports it reviewed hundreds of pages of water reports for 57 Detroit Public Schools Community District buildings that had elevated levels of lead and/or copper in the water.

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