The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is helping the city of Kalamazoo remove more lead pipes this year.
The Kalamazoo City Commission accepted a $1 million grant Monday to remove lead service lines in its water system. The MDEQ pilot grant is meant for communities working to improve their water infrastructure.
The city of Kalamazoo has been replacing lead service lines since 1992, but recently took a more aggressive strategy to remove all lead pipes within 20 years.
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