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What do the EPA's Lead and Copper Rule Revisions mean for your water system?

The Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) were published on January 15, 2021, which marks the first major revision to the original 1991 Lead and Copper Rule (LCR). The LCRR includes some major changes that will impact most water systems. Although the general requirements are the same for all water systems, the specific details will change depending on your system’s size, type of corrosion control, what service line materials you have in your system and your current 90th percentile lead levels.

Complete the two-minute questionnaire below for a customized report based on your unique water system. This tool focuses primarily on requirements for community water systems managing lead corrosion since the LCRR heavily focuses on lead over copper. If your system exceeds or is approaching the copper action level of 1.3 mg/L, if you are a non-transient, non-community water system, or if you are faced with another scenario that is not covered by this tool, please contact us at water@cdmsmith.com for specific guidance.

These guidelines are based on the Federal Lead and Copper Rule (LCR). Please check with your respective state or primacy agency for any additional requirements.

Lead and Copper Decision Tool
Fill out the information below for customized LCR guidance based on your water system.

This tool focuses primarily on general requirements for lead corrosion. If your system exceeds or is approaching the copper action level of 1.3 mg/L, please contact us for specific copper corrosion guidance.

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