Most Seattle schools found to have too much lead in water

07/2/2004 | SeattlePI.com

With water testing almost completed, the Seattle school district has found 70 out of 88 schools had at least one water fountain with lead levels exceeding EPA standards. Administrators plan to replace all the pipes and fountains at four schools and explore cheaper fixes at other campuses.

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