Lead Drinking Water: Update
Water tests have found dangerously high amounts of lead in state supported living centers (Brenham, El Paso and San Angelo). The lead amounts found in the drinking water are worse than the Flint Michigan problem. The EPA regulates lead in our drinking water. Usually the allowable amount of lead is below 15 parts per billion. The lead amount found at these locations contained over 104 parts per billion. If you or a loved one stayed or lived at one of these locations, it is highly recommended to be examined.