(03/05/2016)
The Pleasant Hill Public Service District has issued a general warning to water customers about lead that could appear in household drinking water.

The warning was issued as a preventive notice based on testing that was done at one household which tested over the approved amount of lead.

There are no indications that the public water supply has tested high with lead.

PSD president Dale Cunningham said, "We think it is important to let the public know about possible lead problems in their household systems," based on lead problems in Flint, Michigan and in Jackson County, West Virginia.

To read more about lead www.nsf.org.

Information about testing internal household water, call 304-354-7752.


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