All water outlets typically used for drinking or cooking did not exceed the acceptable standard for levels of lead. 52 samples were collected at Moses DeWitt. Three tested above the acceptable level, a sink in the library, computer lab and a pot washing sink in the café. kitchen. The outlets in the library and computer lab have been turned off. Once the fixtures are replaced, the water will again be tested to assure the water meets the acceptable standard for lead levels. The pot washing sink in the kitchen will be labeled as “non-potable water for washing only”, as specified by state regulation.
Moses DeWitt Laboratory Analysis Report
Moses DeWitt Lead Sampling Form
More information: EPA website
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