On September 4th, 2008, the DC WASA Board of Directors modified the existing Lead Service Replacement Program. Read the full news release here.
DC Water Lead Publications
|July 2008||Lead Service Line Replacement Benchmarking Survey (PDF 235 kb)|
|October 2007||2007 Third Quarter Lead Service Replacement Program Summary (PDF 51 kb)|
|February 2007||2007 Lead Service Replacement FAQs (PDF 138 kb)|
|April 2004||Statement by Jerry Johnson to the Fisheries, Wildlife, and Water Subcommittee (PDF 185 kb)|
|April 2004||Statement by Jerry Johnson to the Public Works and Environment Committee (PDF 134 kb)|
|February 2004||Statement of Chairman Gerstell to the D.C. City Council (PDF 84 kb)|
|February 2004||A Letter to Our Customers (PDF 429 kb)|
|February 2004||An Carte a Nuestros Clientes (PDF 478 kb)|
|October 2002||DC Water and the DC DOH Acknowledge National Lead Awareness Week and its impacts on your Health|
|October 2002||Lead Awareness Brochure (en español) (PDF 35 kb)|
Links to Federal Information
- Centers for Disease Control
- As an environmental hazard, the US Centers for Disease Control work to promote public understanding of the dangers of lead poisoning and its causes.
- Enivronmental Protection Agency
- The Environmental Protection Agency regulates lead as a toxic pollutant. Lead, a metal found in natural deposits, is commonly used in household plumbing materials and water service lines.