High Levels of Lead Detected in Tap Water at Some San Francisco Schools

KQED News Fix

New documents obtained by KQED show that half of San Francisco schools have lead in their water, but levels vary widely from school to school.

The science classroom faucet at San Francisco International High School registered lead at 5,600 parts per billion. The Environmental Protection Agency sets the allowable limit at 15 ppb.

Read the story at KQED News Fix.