In addition to the regular testing for lead in our water for the Maine Drinking water program, we were required to test the same sites again for lead in the water for the new state law. We were required to only test two sites, not the typical five, and not using standard EPA Method, but the state modified procedure using a private lab. Regardless, the two fixtures, the drinking fountain and the kitchen prep sink, both texted below any action level, as they did for the EPA method tested last month. Attached is the lab report. If you have any questions, please contact Scott Johnson at the school.
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.Whiting Village School was established in 1825 with the main part of the current building constructed about ten years later. Additions and amenities were added through the years creating an eclectic style of hardwood floors and high-speed internet.
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