Lead has been found even in Washington DC’s Longworth House Office Building
On January 15, 2016 NBC reported that “Ten people” were
“being evaluated for potential lead exposure Friday at the Longworth House Office Building in Washington, D.C., after cafeteria workers reported they weren’t feeling well.”
If it can happen at the Senate, given the aging of lead pipes used all through the City of the United States and the effects that variable chlorine and other additive levels have on them, you probably should consider getting your water checked for lead contamination. We can help!
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