National Priorities: Transdisciplinary Research into Detecting and Controlling Lead in Drinking Water

EPA awarded grants to two universities to create a consumer-centric framework to detect and control lead in drinking water that complements the utility-centric framework embodied in the Lead and Copper Rule. The project leverages citizen participation in data collection to develop predictive models that identify areas of vulnerability to high levels of lead in water and empower consumers with interventions to control risk.

Request for Applications closing date: August 15, 2017

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1 839375
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Untapping the Crowd: Consumer Detection and Control of Lead in Drinking Water Edwards, Marc
Berglund, Emily
Cooper, Caren
Katner, Adrienne
Pieper, Kelsey  
Virginia Tech, Louisiana State University, North Carolina State University, Texas A&M, University of Iowa April 2018 -
March 2021  
VA  
2 839376
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Development of a Community-Based Lead Risk and Mitigation Model Cuppett, Jonathan   Water Research Foundation May 2018 -
April 2021  
CO  



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