EPA official 'stunned' by failure to treat Flint water for lead leaching
From Jan. 27:
A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency official who sounded a dire warning about toxic lead in Flint, Michigan's drinking water seven months ago says he couldn't believe the water wasn't being treated to make it less corrosive to lead service lines and indoor plumbing. "I was stunned when I found out they did not have corrosion control in place," Miguel A. Del Toral, regulations manager in the EPA's ground water and drinking water branch, said.
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