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CLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cleveland Water Department has been actively replacing lead water lines that serve licensed childcare centers in and around the city, but many such facilities that likely have lead lines still need to be inspected.
And the city would like to hear from them.
Earlier this year the city identified 436 childcare centers eligible to participate in a state-funded line replacement program. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has put up $1 million to perform the work and the state’s H2Ohio water quality program has kicked in $500,000.
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