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Leave lead out of your tap water (A3 poster)

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Series : Love every drop

Published : 2016
Page Length : 1
Format : Poster A3
Supplier : N/A
Publisher : Anglian Water

The latest medical advice suggests that lead is most harmful if excessive levels are allowed to build up in the body. If someone lives in a house built before 1970, chances are it may have lead pipework. Adverse health effects due to lead in drinking water are rare, however people should try to reduce the amount they consume, especially pregnant womena dn young children. This poster provides tips on how to reduce lead levels.


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