This one-stop EPA site provides information about drinking water quality in schools and child care facilities. Ensuring drinking water quality at these facilities is important because that’s where children spend their day, and they are likely to drink water while they are there.
Schools and child care centers can find a wealth of information to assist them in their efforts to improve water quality in their facilities. EPA has published guidance on reducing lead in drinking water.
Some schools and child care facilities who meet the definition of a public water system are regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA). If your facility regularly provides water for human consumption to an average of at least 25 individuals a day AND:
you meet the definition of a public water system and you must comply with the provisions of the SDWA. Your state drinking water program makes this designation. http://water.epa.gov/infrastructure/drinkingwater/schools/guidance.cfm
How to Collect an Initial (First Draw) Sample Lead in Drinking Water – What You Should Know to Protect Children in Your School or Child Care Facility
EPA's 3Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water Toolkit - Provides tools for schools, child care facilities, states, and water systems to implement voluntary lead in drinking water testing programs. EPA's 3Ts for Reducing Lead in Drinking Water Toolkit
Drinking Water Best Management Practices for Schools and Child Care Facilities with their Own Drinking Water Sources – EPA 816-B-13-001 April 2013
Drinking Water Best Management Practices for Schools and Child Care Facilities Served by Municipal Water Systems – EPA 816-B-13-002 April 2013
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