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New Jersey Lead Sampling in Schools Update

  TTI attended the NJDOE/NJDEP partnered training session on Lead Sampling in School Facilities this week. The deadline to have your schools tested for lead in water is quickly approaching (July 2017) and the new regulation requires a plan to be developed prior to any sample collection. This plan requires a large amount time and […]

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Schools Racing to Test for Lead in Water

Reprinted from Huffington Post It may have started in Portland, where elevated levels of lead were found in the drinking water at two public elementary schools last month. High levels were later detected in more schools. Schools in Chicago, Atlanta, D.C. and other school districts across the country have seen similar results from water testing in recent months. […]

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Lead in water testing rules passed by Board of Education for NJ Schools

Reposted from NJ.com/education   TRENTON — New Jersey school districts that have yet to test their drinking water for lead will be required to do so within one year under new state regulations going into effect this week. The testing rules, passed by the state Board of Education on Wednesday, will also require all school districts […]

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All New Jersey Schools to be Tested for Lead in Water

Many of our school and daycare clients have reached out to us regarding their concern over the lead in water testing to seek our expertise. This lead issue whether it’s coming from paint or your pipes is here to stay. New Jerseyans over the last several months have gone thru the various stages of this […]

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Lead in Water Testing – Guidance for Schools and Child Care Facilities

The NJDEP has recommended that schools implement their own program to reduce lead levels in the drinking water. To assist districts that decide to test for lead in the water in their school buildings, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has developed a guidance document Lead in Drinking Water: Guidance for Schools and Child Care […]

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