Lead Service Lines and Water Infrastructure: Sizing the Market and Drivers for Rehabilitation
|铅制供水管和水基础设施:置换市场规模、成长推动因素 Lead Service Lines and Water Infrastructure: Sizing the Market and Drivers for Rehabilitation|
|出版日期: 2019年12月17日||内容资讯: 英文||
本报告提供美国残留的铅制供水管的现状及置换市场调查，目前课题，各州的置换市场规模，LCR (Lead and Copper Rule)的动作等级的超过、违反状况，置换的政策、资金，相关的团体等分析汇整。
Water utilities are responsible for the quality of drinking water at the tap, but the ownership of service lines, which can include lead, is shared, or at least represents the interface, between the municipalities and homeowners. Ownership and responsibility have proven to be a significant obstacle for municipalities attempting to eliminate lead pipes and contamination from water distribution systems.
The count of lead service lines (LSL) across the U.S. is not well known. According to a study that used data from two American Water Works Association (AWWA) surveys, an estimated 6.1 million LSLs remain in the U.S.