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PA201_Doug_Kaye_Assignment_Unit_7

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Find Regulations and Agencies Running Head: Find Regulations and Agencies Douglas Kaye Find Regulations and Agencies PA201 Unit Seven July 24, 2012
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Find Regulations and Agencies Date: July 24, 2012 To: Mike Jones, Town Manager. From: Doug K. Paralegal Re: Drinking Water Mr. Jones, My firm is representing a group of citizens here in town regarding their drinking water. The residents are worried that the water that they are drinking may have too high of lead levels and may not be safe. On June 7, 1991, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a regulation to control lead and copper in drinking water. This regulation, 40 C.F.R. 141 (1991) is known as the Lead and Copper Rule (also known as the LCR or 1991 Rule). The treatment technique for the rule requires systems to monitor drinking water at customer taps. If lead concentrations exceed an action level of 15 ppb or copper concentrations exceed an action level of 1.3 ppm in more than 10% of customer taps sampled, the system must undertake a number of additional actions to control corrosion. If the action level for lead is exceeded, the
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