Toledo Utilities allocates funds to replace lead pipes

. January 28, 2020.
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Since 1999, Toledo has worked to replace lead-lined water service lines owned by the City, but many privately-owned lines still contain the potentially hazardous metal. To help individuals replace the offending pipes, the Toledo Dept. of Public Utilities will allocate up to $300,000 annually to fund no-interest loans, of up to $2,000, to private homeowners, regardless of income. Loans are repayable for periods of up to ten years. To learn more about the pipe materials used in your house, visit
toledo.oh.gov/toledo-water-action-plan