Strengthening Community Connections: Lead Service Lines - Tools & Practice

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Learn about EPA's Protect Your Tap and hear from Clean Water Fund on their experience conducting lead outreach in Chelsea and Malden, MA.

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Reducing exposure to lead in drinking water is an important initiative for communities across the country. EPA’s Protect Your Tap: A Quick Check for Lead, is an online educational guide that walks homeowners and renters through finding their service lines and identifying the visible service line material. It also provides tips about reducing exposure to lead in drinking water and finding certified laboratories to test their water. In addition to the guide, the web page provides outreach toolkits with ready-made materials for promoting Protect Your Tap.

We will feature a discussion with Maureo Fernandez y Mora from Clean Water Fund on how Protect Your Tap can be used to communicate the importance of identifying lead pipes to the public.

During this webinar, we will:

  • Show how you can use the Protect Your Tap guide and web page
  • Hear about Clean Water Fund’s experience in community outreach on lead in Chelsea and Malden, MA
  • Answer your questions

We look forward to sharing Protect Your Tap with you and partnering to get the lead out!

EPA will use your registration information solely for this event. We will not share your information with any third party. If you require special accommodations, please contact Jeri Weiss at 617-918-1568 or by October 5, 2021 to make arrangements or with any questions you have regarding this webinar.

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US Environmental Protection Agency Region 1, protecting air, water and land throughout CT, MA, ME, NH, RI & VT and 10 Tribal Nations. The mission of EPA is to protect human health and the environment.

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