News Briefs: Jersey's Lead Problem Could Cost Billions to Fix

Also in this week's sewer and water news, Midwestern utilities are still working to restore drinking water service amidst flooding

One problem that could end up costing $2 to $3 billion is New Jersey’s lead contamination issue. More than 1.4 million people are getting drinking water from systems that are testing above the government...

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