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Survey on filter use

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Water filter for cooking
If you are enrolled in our Lead Reduction Program, use a water filter certified to remove lead when cooking foods that absorb or rely on water, like soup, beans and rice. Photo credit: Denver Water.

Are you one of the more than 100,000 people who received a free pitcher and water filter certified to remove lead as part of Denver Water’s Lead Reduction Program?

If so, we need two things from you for the program to be able to continue:

  1. Use filtered water for drinking, cooking and preparing infant formula.
  2. If you receive a survey from Denver Water about your filter use, fill it out and return it to us by the Oct. 31 deadline.

That’s all. We’ll do the rest.

If you take these actions, we can continue the program’s pace of replacing lead service lines throughout our community at no direct charge to the customer. From Jan. 1 through the end of July, we replaced more than 2,000 lead service lines and expect to replace around 4,500 by the end of 2020.

We are all in this together! #GetTheLeadOut