Lead pipes no more: Billings city workers embark on massive pipe overhaul in downtown neighborhoods
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BILLINGS- This summer in Billings, work is continuing to replace roughly 320 water service valves that run from the street to homes along the downtown corridor, the college streets, and some areas in Pioneer Park.
The city of Billings Public Works Department is continuing its mission to meet an EPA standard of having no lead pipes in the city by 2024 and so far, it's about 65 percent to the goal.
“Yeah, it's a potential health and safety thing that we want to get stay on top of,” said city engineer Mac Fogelsong.
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