Twelve States Earn Failing Grades for Lead In School Drinking Water

A new report shines a light on lead-contamination of drinking water in schools, highlighting how poor policymaking at the state and federal level poses a threat to children in various states.

The report released last month by the Environment America Research & Policy Center reviewed policies in 15 states for how well they protect children from lead contamination of drinking water at schools.

California, Connecticut, Georgia, Florida, Maryland, Maine, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Oregon, Texas, Washington, and Wisconsin all earned "F" grades.

Illinois and Massachusetts earned “D” grades.

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Bruce Rathburn receives ABPA-SA Exemplary Citizen Award


33rd ABPA Annual Education Conference and Trade Show

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ABPA-SA Member Benefits

> -- Hands-on training course every three years ($88/yr. value)
> -- Annual gauge certification ($65/yr. value)
> -- TCEQ license credits earned ($187/yr. value)
> -- Monthly meeting meal ($165/yr. value)
> -- State/local updates and valuable knowledge
> -- Support, company recognition

* $515 of yearly benefits for $125 annual membership fee *

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Happy New Year to all the members of ABPA-SA

Directors December Luncheon

Nine of the chapter directors attended the December luncheon, held this year at J&D Bar-B-Que, the home of our catering service who provided the monthly meals we enjoyed at our meetings for the past many years. The directors of the ABPA-SA Chapter presented a large plaque to the owners of J&D, expressing our appreciation for the dedicated service and value they provided.

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