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SBU Receives Grant
Sturgeon Bay Utilities (SBU) is expected to receive $300,000
from the Department of Natural Resources to replace private lead pipes in 120
to 150 homes in the city, according to Cliff White, SBU operations manager.
An estimated 2,000 homes in Sturgeon Bay still have lead
pipes, White said. Most of these homes
date from before 1944, when lead pipes where phased out, he said.
Such pipes may elevate lead level at the tap, and even low
levels have been determined to affect IQs, particularly in children.
“There is no acceptable level of lead, “ said White.
Work will begin next spring, and SBU will have two years to
use the funds.
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