Article courtesy of Rich Ibarra | April 4th, 2016 | Capital Public Radio | Shared as educational material.
The City of Stockton is searching for volunteers to who would be up to donating samples of water from their homes. These water samples would then be tested for their lead and copper levels. The city’s residents formed the sense of fear and concern when Stockton’s Municipal Utilities Department switched to using chloramine rather than chlorine for water filtration. Volunteers, like Jay Tint, who have used the service claim to provide for the water tests say that the tests give a boost of confidence in relation the safety of the city’s water. Read more about it here.