Detroit's $2M school water 'solution' looks like this
September 12, 2018 at 12:57PM
Following reports of elevated levels of copper and lead in Detroit's public school drinking water, district superintendent Nikolai Vitti is now proposing a $2 million water filtration system to be installed in all schools — similar to systems used in Flint, Royal Oak, and Birmingham. Vitti made the announcement at a board meeting on Tuesday. According to Vitti's proposal, the system would filter contaminants, including copper and lead.