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PA Voluntary Lead in Child Care and School Drinking Water Testing Program

Governor Wolf will announce a free program that will help schools and child care facilities identify and address potentially harmful lead exposure to children.
With federal funding from the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation (WIIN) Act, the Office of Governor Tom Wolf and the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) launched the Pennsylvania Voluntary Lead in Child Care and School Drinking Water Testing Program. Eligible schools and child care facilities can receive free water lead testing and related training and technical support through this program.
Learn more about this program and enroll via LeadFree.pa.gov. Visit PENNVEST’s Contact Us webpage to connect with their team and request answers to questions prior to enrolling.

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