List of buildings for each NYS public school and Boards of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) reported as being lead-free for Compliance Year 2016. Schools are not required to test lead-free buildings for lead in drinking water.
The definition of a lead-free building is any school building with internal plumbing that meets the new definition of "Lead Free," as defined in section 1417 of the Federal Safe Drinking Water Act. A building can be deemed lead-free if (1) it was built after January 4, 2014, or (2) a NYS licensed professional engineer or architect certifies the building's internal plumping is lead-free.
School districts and BOCES are required to report the presence of lead-free buildings for each compliance year to parents, the NYS Department of Health, NY State Education Department, and local health departments.
For more information see: http://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/water/drinking/lead/lead_testing_...
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