Lead advisories for Ohio's drinking water
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency lists 16 locations in Ohio where the amount of lead in the drinking water exceeds what is considered safe for drinking as of Jan. 27, 2016.
Click on a marker for more information about that location's advisory.
Children and pregnant women should use bottled water or a water filtration system at public water systems across Ohio where lead levels exceed federal limits, like these, Ohio’s EPA has said.
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