The Lead and Copper Rule is unusually tricky to enforce, because the contaminants in question are out of the control of the water utilities.
What does LCR stand for?
LCR stands for Lead and Copper Rule (EPA)
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- Landing Craft Rubber
- Landscape Characterization and Restoration (NOAA program)
- Large Caliber Rocket
- Large Component Removal
- Large Conference Room
- Large Current Radiator
- Last Chance Race
- Launch Control Room
- Layer Cooling Rate
- Leachate Collection and Removal
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In May 1991, the EPA established the lead and copper rule (1).
The federal lead and copper rule, adopted in May 1991, requires large water supply systems serving more than 50,000 people to monitor first-draw water from the taps of homes that are at high risk of having a lead problem.