Free Lead Water Testing Not Always Available To Area CustomersThe issue of lead in the water of Pittsburgh city residents has raised concerns everywhere.
City Officials To Begin Distribution Of Free Water FiltersCity of Pittsburgh residents will begin receiving their free water filters this week.
Study: Pa. Kids Have 6th Highest Elevated Blood Lead LevelsFour places in Allegheny County have the highest rates of children with lead in their blood.
Butler School District To Close Wells, Use City Water After Lead IssueA western Pennsylvania school district is scrapping water wells and opting for city-treated water so it can reopen an elementary school shuttered after high levels of lead were found in its water.
Free Water Filters Now Available To Pittsburgh, Millvale ResidentsPittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto announced an expansion of his office's Safe Water Program.
URA Expands Loan Program To Replace Lead Service LinesHelp is coming for some of the thousands of local homeowners who are facing an expensive fix to replace lead water lines that may be contaminating their water.
‘Our Water Campaign’ Taking On Lead Contamination Problems In CityMore than 100 people turned out for a town hall meeting Tuesday to discuss the lead contamination in portions of the city’s water supply.
High Lead Level Detected In Sink Water At Colfax Upper Elementary SchoolAllegheny Valley School District posted on social media Thursday concerning the results of water testing recently conducted.
City Working To Reduce Lead Levels In Drinking WaterMayor Bill Peduto is taking steps to reduce high lead levels in Pittsburgh’s drinking water.
KDKA Investigates: Thousands In City Drinking Lead-Contaminated Water And Don't Know ItLead in the water can cause brain damage and a host of other medical problems.
City Councilwoman Proposes Free Water Filters For Families With Small ChildrenAn analysis of drinking water in our schools found that Pennsylvania had the highest number of exceedances for lead in the nation.
Probe Of Butler School Water Problems Suggests Employee MisconductA law firm hired by a western Pennsylvania school district to review water problems that forced an elementary school to close has found evidence that some employees may have deleted relevant emails and lied during its investigation.

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