Briefly: Feds award $28.6M to Kansas to replace lead pipes

The Kansas Reflector reports that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has set aside $28.6 million to help replace thousands of lead water lines capable of contaminating drinking water supplies.

The state has an estimated 160,000 lead water lines. Read more on this story here.


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