Indiana American Water recently became the first utility to seek approval, under a state law enacted last year, of its plan to replace lead drinking water lines, including portions owned by customers.
Records indicate 50,748 lead service lines might be present within the company’s system, nearly 65 percent of which are in Northwest Indiana. The majority of those lines are in Gary, Indiana American spokesman Joseph Loughmiller said.
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