National Problem: Recent Tests in Dallas, Texas Find High Levels of Lead and Copper in School Drinking Water

Texas is facing a common problem throughout its schools in the Dallas, Houston, Fort Worth areas: lead and copper in drinking water.  Seven Dallas Independent School Districts (ISD) campuses had high levels of copper or lead in drinking water when tested this fall, according to results released by the district this week.  The lead tests revealed levels as high as 160 ppb at James Madison High, eight times the recommended levels for action at schools. 

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