Article courtesy of Steven Verburg | April 11th, 2016 | Wisconsin State Journal | Shared as educational material.
After the Flint crisis, many cities in the U.S. have been keeping a keener eye on their water sources. One city in particular, is Lake Mills, Wisconsin, one of nine water systems that were found to have enough lead to exceed the federal action limit. The city is now looking to renovate its water infrastructure, specifically the lead pipes. Fortunately, there is hope. Madison, another city in Wisconsin, has managed to replace all its lead pipes and has a rather solid water infrastructure currently. Read more about it here: http://bit.ly/1UVj3tG.