WQP magazine`s featured article written by company president


Courtesy of Industrial Test Systems, Inc.

The interest in reducing environmental lead exposure in evident with the recent revision by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for the nation's Air Quality Standards, which were lowered from 1.5 to 0.15 ug of lead per cubiv meter of air. 'With these stronger standards, a new generation of Americans is protected from harmful lead emissions, especially children,' said EPA Administration Stephen L. Johnson. The same goal was desired for the drinking water lead standard, which the EPA lowered in 1998 from 50 to 15 ug of lead per liter of water.

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