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Lead in Schools & Childcare Facilities: Remediation Strategies
As the drinking water in our schools and childcare facilities becomes a public health concern, we see states and cities standing up testing programs. The open question we’re left with is how to remediate a fixture that is found to have lead. Join Erica Walker from 120Water and Lindsay McCormick from the Environment Defense Fund as they share effective remediation strategies they’ve seen implemented across the nation.

This webinar will cover:

• EDF's Pilot study "Tackling Lead in Childcare Facilities" & Indiana's Lead in Schools Program
• Data management strategy & remediation decision making
• Most common problem areas in buildings
• Strategies to pinpoint sources of lead
• Long-term and short term remediation approaches

Jan 30, 2020 01:00 PM in Indiana (East)

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Erica Walker
Director of Lead Programs @120WaterAudit
Erica Walker is the Director of Lead Programs at 120WaterAudit, a cloud-based technology company working to provide utilities, schools, and homeowners across the country with data-driven solutions to water quality problems. She holds Master’s degrees in Environmental Science and Public Affairs from Indiana University and lives in Bloomington, Indiana. She recently assisted the Indiana Finance Authority in overseeing a state-wide lead sampling program for public schools and has worked with water utilities on lead compliance and service line replacement projects.
Lindsay McCormick
Program Manager @Environmental Defense Fund
Lindsay is a Program Manager for Environmental Defense Fund’s Health Program. In this role, Lindsay supports EDF’s efforts to protect public health from toxic chemical exposures by improving chemical policy and practice in the public and private sectors.