TORONTO, June 7 /CNW/ - On May 23 the Ministry of the Environment ordered
36 municipalities, including the City of Toronto, to collect samples from 20
private residences and five hydrants in an area known to have lead services.
These samples have been tested for lead, ph and temperature.
The results were reported to the Ministry yesterday, June 6. Lou Di
Gironimo, General Manager of the Toronto Water division will be available to
discuss the results.
Date: TODAY - June 7
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: City Hall Press Gallery, 100 Queen St. W., ground floor
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