Concerns Raised Over Lead Levels

The Massachusetts Water Resources authority is raising concerns about lead levels in the water coming out of the taps of thousands of older homes in Greater Boston. It is unclear exactly how many have water that is considered dangerous.

The problem is apparently due to aging lead pipes in the ground.

To learn more, Bob Oakes speaks with Eloise Lawrence, staff attorney at the Conservation Law Foundation.

This program aired on November 18, 2005. The audio for this program is not available.


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