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The Passaic Valley Water Commission is set to embark on a $45 million to $50 million project to remove thousands of lead water service lines that pose serious health risks.
The commission is concerned that its customers in Paterson, Passaic and Clifton are ingesting water contaminated with lead that leaches from the pipes, officials said. The pipes in question are those which connect the water main to water lines inside homes and buildings.
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