The 2022-2023 FINAL Annual Report for the White Plains City School District Storm Water Management Program is presented below to solicit comments from the general public with regard to our program. Please submit any comments regarding the report to email@example.com.
To protect public health, the Public Health Law and New York State Health Department (NYSDOH) regulations require that all public schools and boards of cooperative education services (BOCES) test lead levels in water from every outlet that is being used, or could potentially be used, for drinking or cooking. As required, we completed testing of all faucets in all of our schools during the April break. The district used the services of WSP, a large, globally recognized firm, as consultants in this process.
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This information is being posted and available to staff and parents. The water test results for our schools identified lead concentrations that will need to be remediated in the locations noted on the reports below:
The source of contamination is in the faucets themselves, not the water. Identified faucets have been clearly marked with signage and/or shut off. They will not be put back in use until the necessary remedial measures have been taken and the water no longer tests positive. We expect remedial measures and retesting will be completed within the coming months.