Lead and Copper Monitoring Program
All Community and Non-transient Non-community water systems are required to monitor for levels of lead and copper in their drinking water. The action level for lead 0.015 mg/l and the action level for copper is 1.3 mg/l according to state regulations.
For any and all T-Code information, please contact Idris Liban (803) 898-3573.
The most commonly asked questions pertaining to the Lead and Copper Rule are "How do I collect my Lead and Copper samples?" and "What do I do if my water system has a Lead and/or Copper Action Level Exceedance (ALE)?" The information in the links listed below provides a 'user's guide' for those water systems that are required to comply with the Lead and Copper Rule.
What do I do if my water system has a Lead and/or Copper Action Level Exceedance (ALE)?
Lead and Copper Chain of Custody Form - 55.2K
Lead & Copper Rule - EPA – Basic Information, the Lead and Copper Rule, and compliance help.
- Idris Liban, Drinking Water Compliance Monitoring, (803) 898-3573
Bureau of Water . Phone: (803) 898-4300 . Fax: (803) 898-3795 . Contact Us