The City of Spokane Water Department announced Friday that it has completed its program to remove all the remaining lead service lines in the city's water system. The program was launched in May 2016, and since then, the city replaced 486 lead connections with new copper pipe.
“We are pleased to tell our citizens that we have completed our lead pipe elimination program,” says Mayor David Condon. “Hundreds of families in Spokane no longer have to be concerned about this potential health risk.”
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