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Water Line Inventory

To reduce lead in drinking water, the EPA introduced new lead and copper rules that tasked water providers with identifying the material of every pipe service line in their system.

Granger-Hunter Improvement District has been working diligently to identify the material that every water service line is made of; Your water service line is the pipe that connects your home to our public water lines in the street. This line is owned by you the homeowner. You may be able to help establish if you or your loved ones are being exposed by determining on your own if your service line is made of lead. Service lines typically enter the home in the basement or crawl space. If the pipe is lead, it will have a dull finish that shines brightly when scratched with a key or coin. Using a magnet can also help you identify a lead pipe because even a strong magnet will not cling to lead. Please use the form below to report information about your own home.

Watch this video to help you find the water line inside your home. 

We appreciate your help in keeping your water safe.


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