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Groundwater contamination following a 1977 chemical spill on the Hawaiian island of Oahu caused alarm and led to swift action in the early 1980s, including closure of several drinking water wells.
Under the Lead and Copper Rule Long‐Term Revisions, community water systems must establish an inventory of their lead service lines (LSLs); thus, the material used for every service line must be identified.
A Canadian team researched how to attract and retain a diverse water sector workforce, which has been shown to support stronger organizations and their goals while cultivating inclusivity and equity in the industry.
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