Toledo to use EPA funds to get the lead out

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded Toledo a $ 200,000 grant to support the city’s efforts to identify and remove lead pipes from the water system. The funds will be used to develop a predictive model that aims to evaluate house-to-house pipes, identify areas for pipe replacement, water filter distribution, and more. Toledo officials are also planning to launch a public awareness campaign to minimize lead exposure.

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