Kaufman ISD Drinking Water Meets Federal Lead Requirements

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Tap Water Watch recently performed lead in drinking water tests for all schools and facilities within Kaufman ISD. Results show that all water sources tested for lead fall below the EPA drinking water action level of 15 ppb.

Tap Water Watch recently performed lead in drinking water tests for all schools and facilities within Kaufman ISD. We are pleased to announce that all water sources tested for lead fall below the EPA drinking water action level of 15 ppb.

Tap Water Watch President Scott Nelson stated, “Most people are surprised to find out that schools are not required by law to regularly test their drinking water for lead. We are pleased to work hand-in-hand with proactive school districts and superintendents like Dr. Lori Blaylock that are committed to providing a healthy learning environment.”

Kaufman ISD approved the testing program to ensure safe drinking water for all students and staff members. The water testing was conducted on October 1, 2016 following federal and state guidelines. Samples from various locations in each of the schools and facilities were sent to a state-certified laboratory for analysis. The laboratory results were completed this week and show that all water sources are safe to drink.

To easily test your drinking water for lead simply go to: https://www.tapwaterwatch.com/ to register for a water testing kit today.

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