EPA Lead/Copper Ruling - Service Line Materials Survey

Residents will receive a paper copy of this form by mail.

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The Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) whose enforcement agency is the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Agency (DEP) has passed a new ruling concerning Lead and Copper.

This mandate states that the municipality must inform DEP of the water service line leading into each home or commercial facility that it serves with water.

The Borough is in the process of reviewing records to determine the composition of your water service line up to the curb box (the Borough's portion).

The Borough needs your help in determining the rest of the water service line to comply with this requirement.

Information about how to verify your plumbing material is available here. View a typical setup of a water line to building here.

Please answer the following questions.

Building type/user
Type of Occupancy
To your knowledge, has the water service line to your home ever been replaced?
What material is your service line as it enters your home (directly through the wall)?
How did you verify your service line up?
Does your home's water plumbing have lead joints?
Do you have a filtration system on the main water line into your home?
Maximum 2 files.
256 MB limit.
Allowed types: gif, jpg, jpeg, png.

If you have documentation of your service line material, which may include pictures, you must submit the information to the Borough. The Borough Office will make copies of this information at no charge. The information may also be emailed to cornwallinfo [at] cornwall-pa.com.

This form must be submitted to the Borough Office by January 15, 2024.

More information on Lead and Copper can be found on the Borough website, PADEP and the EPA websites can also be accessed through the Borough website.