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Federal agencies need to enhance monitoring and collaboration to help assure drinking water is safe from lead

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This report examines (1) how OCC oversees and supports states' use of CCDF funding to determine that drinking water in child care facilities is safe from lead, (2) how OHS ensures Head Start grantees provide drinking water that is safe from lead, and (3) the extent to which EPA collaborates with OCC and OHS to support lead testing in child care facilities. (author abstract)
Resource Type:
Reports & Papers
Country:
United States
State(s):
Washington; Rhode Island; New Jersey; Illinois

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