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With 10,000 pipes removed from the drinking water supply, the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) says it is more than halfway to meeting its goal of removing all public lead service lines from its water system, with approximately 6,000 lines remaining.
The utility has invested nearly $300 million into its lead service line replacement program since its inception in 2017, according to CEO Will Pickering.
“We're just really excited to celebrate this milestone and looking forward to the day when we can say there's no more lead left in our system,” he said.
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