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A water utility that serves nearly half a million people in New Jersey and Delaware has announced plans to replace all service lines made of lead.
Middlesex Water Company announced Monday that it plans to replace all lead and galvanized steel service lines with copper service lines by 2031. The work will occur at "no direct cost to the taxpayer," the utility said.
The utility said it will be working on a neighborhood-by-neighborhood basis over the next 10 years in order to replace the lines.
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