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If you find that your water service line, plumbing, or fixtures may contain lead, there are several steps you can take to reduce the risk of exposure. These actions will ensure that the highest quality drinking water comes out of your tap.

Oct 28, 2022

Home Plumbing, Lead
Sections of a galvanized steel water pipe, a copper water pipe, and a lead water pipe laying next to each other

Some homes and buildings in our service area have lead service lines or plumbing that contains lead. Here's how to know the risk of lead in your home plumbing.

Oct 27, 2022

Home Plumbing, Lead
Two men wearing hard hats and yellow high visibility vests stand on a sidewalk next to a work zone looking at infrastructure maps

In addition to having a water treatment process designed to protect customers from the risk of exposure to lead in water, we also implement several engineering practices to further reduce any risk.

Oct 26, 2022

Infrastructure, Lead, Water Quality
A man in a lab coat examines a glass beaker containing a pink liquid

In addition to the many water quality tests we perform to ensure your drinking water is safe, we regularly monitor lead levels at customers’ taps.

Oct 25, 2022

Lead, Water Quality
A close up of the interior of a water pipe showing the thin white coating created by orthophosphate

One of several actions we take to keep your drinking water safe and protect you and your family from the risk of lead in water is optimizing our water chemistry to minimize corrosion of pipes and plumbing.

Oct 24, 2022

Lead, Water Quality
An excavator digs a trench in a road for a new water main while a crew member looks on.

Cleveland Water has awarded nearly $7 million to eight suburban service communities for 11 water main replacement projects. These awards are part of our Suburban Water Main Renewal Program and our $25 million annual investment in buried infrastructure.

Sep 21, 2022