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2,000 water systems in the US have tested positive for excessive levels of lead
Concerns over drinking water quality, specifically contamination from lead pipes in places like Flint are reframing the public discourse about U.S. water infrastructure. Not just isolated to Flint, water quality issues in Toledo, Pittsburgh, and Corpus Christi, TX represent other examples of cities challenged by historical underinvestment in water infrastructure.
Erin Bonney Casey, Senior Analyst, Bluefield Research
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