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The City of Stoughton now has a completely lead-free residential drinking water system.
Stoughton Utilities workers replaced the last lead water service line in the City of Stoughton on Thursday Oct. 21, Completing a project that started in April. The company commemorated the occasion with a ceremony at the property at 1124 E. Academy Street, joined by representatives from the project contractor, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR), engineering consultants and the City of Stoughton.
It marks the end of months-long effort to locate and remove all the city’s lead water service lines. Throughout this year, workers replaced 698 water service lines, according to a company news release.
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