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EPA# 816F07023 3Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools and Child Care Facilities: Fact Sheet for Public Water Suppliers
EPA# 4309790041978 Needs Survey: Continuous Stormwater Pollution Simulation, Users Manual
EPA# 816K060063Ts -Training, Testing, and Telling: Join EPA’s Effort to Help Minimize Lead Levels in School and Child Care Facility Drinking Water - A Guide for Community Partners
EPA# 816R050013Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Child Care Facilities: Revised Guidance
EPA# 816B050093Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools: Introduction
EPA# 816B050083Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools: Revised Technical Guidance
EPA# 600377037A Controlled Bioassay System for Measuring Toxicity of Heavy Metals
EPA# 440580057Ambient Water Quality Criteria for Lead
EPA# 810B94002Code of Federal Regulations Parts 141-143: National Primary Drinking Water Regulations
EPA# 815R03005Consideration of Other Regulatory Revisions for Chemical Contaminants in Support of the Six-Year Review of National Primary Drinking Water Regulations
EPA# 812B95001Consolidated Summary of State Reporting Requirements for the Safe Drinking Water Information System (SDWIS)
EPA# 810R04001Controlling Lead in Drinking Water for Schools and Day Care Facilities: A Summary of State Programs
EPA# 440179019ADevelopment Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for the Nonferrous Metals Manufacturing Point Source Category [Draft]
EPA# 440183019bDevelopment Document for Effluent Limitations Guidelines and Standards for the Nonferrous Metals Point Source Category: Volume 2 [Proposed]
EPA# 600276223Dialysis for Concentration and Removal of Industrial Wastes
EPA# N/ADraft for the Quantification of Toxicological Effects Section of the Drinking Water Criteria Document on Lead
EPA# 810B93003Drinking Water Publications List: An Annotated Bibliography of EPA and Non-EPA Technical Managerial Educational and General Information Materials
EPA# 815R07022Economic and Supporting Analyses: Short-Term Regulatory Changes to the Lead and Copper Rule
EPA# 810F07002Elevated Lead in D.C. Drinking Water: A Study of Potential Causative Events
EPA# 815R07021Elevated Lead in D.C. Drinking Water: A Study of Potential Causative Events, Final Summary Report
EPA# 430975019Environmental Effects of Schuylkill Oil Spill II, June 1972
EPA# 832R85111Environmental Profiles and Hazard Indices for Constituents of Municipal Sludge: Lead
EPA# 816F05019Existe Plomo En Mi Agua Potable? [Is There Lead in My Drinking Water?] [Spanish]
EPA# 440485010Exposure and Risk Assessment for Lead Final Report
EPA# 816F04015Fact Sheet on the Memorandum of Understanding on Reducing Lead Levels in Drinking Water in Schools and Child Care Facilities
EPA# 815F0703Fact Sheet on the Revisions to the Regulations Controlling Lead in Drinking Water
EPA# 810F05001Fact Sheet: Drinking Water Lead Reduction Plan - EPA Activities to Improve Implementation of the Lead and Copper Rule
EPA# 570F91047Fact Sheet: National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for Lead and Copper
EPA# 815F06002Fact Sheet: Revisions to the Regulations Controlling Lead in Drinking Water
EPA# 600277225Feasibility of Silver-Lead Mine Waste Manipulation for Mine Drainage Control
EPA# 842S92007Final Data Report for Analysis of Water Quality Samples Taken During a New York Bight Survey in July 1988
EPA# 600277072Foam Flotation Treatment of Heavy Metals and Fluoride-Bearing Industrial Wastewaters
EPA# 816D05001Getting the Lead Out - A Guide to Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools [Draft]
EPA# 822B92003Human Health Risk Assessment for the Use and Disposal of Sewage Sludge: Benefits of Regulation
EPA# 660274079Ion-Selective Membrane Electrodes for Water Pollution Monitoring
EPA# 903F01002Is There Lead in the Drinking Water?: You Can Reduce the Risk of Lead Exposure from Drinking Water in Educational Facilities
EPA# 816R02009Lead and Copper Monitoring and Reporting Guidance for Public Water Systems
EPA# 812B92004Lead and Copper Monitoring Guidance for Water Systems Serving 101 to 500 Persons
EPA# 812B92005Lead and Copper Monitoring Guidance for Water Systems Serving 501 to 3,300 Persons
EPA# 810F04001Lead and Copper Rule - Clarification of Requirements for Collecting Samples and Calculating Compliance - Fact Sheet
EPA# N/ALead and Copper Rule Guidance Manual: Volume I - Monitoring
EPA# 816F00009Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions Fact Sheet for Public Water Systems That Serve More Than 50,000 Persons
EPA# 816F00010Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions: Fact Sheet for Large System Owners and Operators [Draft]
EPA# 816F00007Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions: Fact Sheet for Public Water Systems That Serve 3,300 or Fewer Persons
EPA# 816F00008Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions: Fact Sheet for Public Water Systems That Serve 3,301 to 50,000 Persons
EPA# 816F99011Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions: Fact Sheet for State Primacy Agencies
EPA# 816F00010Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions: Fact Sheet for Tribal Water System Owners and Operators
EPA# 816R06001Lead and Copper Rule State File Review: National Report
EPA# 816F04009Lead and Copper Rule: A Quick Reference Guide
EPA# 816F05030Lead and Copper Rule: A Quick Reference Guide for Schools and Child Care Facilities that Are Regulated Under the Safe Drinking Water Act
EPA# 815R99020Lead and Copper Rule: Summary of Revisions
EPA# 570989BBBLead Ban: Preventing the Use of Lead in Public Water Systems and Plumbing Used for Drinking Water
EPA# 820D88100Lead Health Advisory
EPA# 812B94002Lead in Drinking Water in Schools and Non-Residential Buildings
EPA# 812B92002Lead in Drinking Water Regulation: Public Education Guidance
EPA# 816R02010Lead in Drinking Water Regulation: Public Education Guidance
EPA# 812K93001Lead in Drinking Water: An Annotated List of Publications
EPA# 570989001Lead in School Drinking Water
EPA# 747F94001Lead Leaching from Submersible Well Pumps [Environmental Fact Sheet]
EPA# 570B88017Lead Monitoring Protocol for Drinking Water Systems
EPA# 800B92002Lead Poisoning and Your Children
EPA# 600277081Liner Materials Exposed to Hazardous and Toxic Sludges: First Interim Report
EPA# 812Z96001Maximum Contaminant Level Goals and National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for Lead and Copper; Proposed Rule
EPA# 815Z98004Maximum Contaminant Level Goals and National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for Lead and Copper; Proposed Rule
EPA# 812R93003Medium Systems That Failed to Conduct Required Initial Lead Tap Monitoring and Reporting
EPA# 821R96005Method 1638: Determination of Trace Elements in Ambient Waters by Inductively Coupled Plasma-mass Spectrometry
EPA# 821R96007Method 1640: Determination of Trace Elements in Ambient Waters by On-Line Chelation Preconcentration and Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry
EPA# 812B92007Monitoring Requirements for Lead and Copper Rules: Water Systems Serving 10,001 to 50,000 Persons
EPA# 812B92008Monitoring Requirements for Lead and Copper Rules: Water Systems Serving 50,001 to 100,000 Persons
EPA# 812B92009Monitoring Requirements for Lead and Copper Rules: Water Systems Serving > 100,000 Persons
EPA# 815R99021Monitoring Waivers under the Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions for Systems Serving 3,300 or Fewer People
EPA# 812X95001National Primary Drinking Water Regulations for Lead and Copper: Analysis of Occurrences of Very Low 90TH Percentile Lead Levels
EPA# 600R02011Procedures for the Derivation of Equilibrium Partitioning Sediment Benchmarks (ESBs) for the Protection of Benthic Organisms : Metal Mixtures (Cadmium, Copper, Lead, Nickel, Silver, and Zinc)
EPA# 440976023Quality Criteria for Water 1976 [The Red Book]
EPA# 230986019Reducing Lead in Drinking Water: A Benefit Analysis - Draft Final Report
EPA# 600278085Removal of Heavy Metals from Industrial Wastewaters Using Insoluble Starch Xanthate
EPA# 816R03001Revised Guidance Manual for Selecting Lead and Copper Control Strategies
EPA# 812B94003Sampling for Lead in Drinking Water in Nursery Schools and Day Care Facilities
EPA# 625R93001Seminar Publication: Control of Lead and Copper in Drinking Water
EPA# 823F97009Should I Eat the Fish I Catch?
EPA# 816R01021State Implementation Guidance for the Lead and Copper Rule Minor Revisions
EPA# 503690003The Green Bay Mass Balance Project: An Advanced Analytical Model for Environmental Management
EPA# 823F01015Toi Co Nen An Ca Ma Toi Danh Bat Duoc Hay Khong? (Vietnamese)
EPA# 910R01006Total Maximum Daily Load for Dissolved Cadmium, Dissolved Lead, and Dissolved Zinc in Surface Waters of the Coeur D'Alene River Basin
EPA# 812F95002Update on Lead Leaching from Submersible Pumps and Private Drinking Water Systems [Fact Sheet]
EPA# 440588030Water Quality Standards Criteria Summaries: A Compilation of State/Federal Criteria: Lead
EPA# 816C06004What Your School or Child Care Facility Needs to Know about Lead in Drinking Water [DVD]
EPA# 823F02005[Brochure] Guide to Healthy Eating of the Fish You Catch [Brochure]
EPA# 816F05001[Brochure] [2005] Is There Lead in My Drinking Water? Tips for Protecting Your Family's Health
EPA# 816E05006[Toolkit] 3Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water in Schools and Child Care Facilities [Toolkit]

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