- Associated Press - Saturday, April 9, 2016

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - Here are the 18 Kansas water systems with lead level samples that have exceeded the 15 parts per billion (ppb) federal standard:

- City of Morrill: Samples over limit since 2010: 3; highest 24 ppb

- City of Ford: Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 22 ppb

- City of Downs: Samples over limit since 2010 1; highest 38 ppb

- Wheatland High School in Grainfield. Samples over limit since 2010: 2; highest 27.3 ppb



- M and M Mobile Home Court in Chapman. Samples over limit since 2010: 2; highest 17.4 ppb

- City of Schoenchen. Samples over limit since 2010: 2; highest 59.8 ppb

- City of Holyrood. Samples over limit since 2010: 2; highest 24.8 ppb

- Geary County Water District 2. Samples over limit since 2010: 2; highest 38 ppb

- Sundowner West Mobile Home Park in Salina. Samples over limit since 2010: 2; highest 647.2 ppb

- Barton Hills Addition in Great Bend. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 170.4 ppb

- Country View Mobile Home Park in Hays. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 20 ppb

- Norton County Rural Water District 1. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 15.6 ppb

- City of Speed. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 20.6 ppb

- City of South Hutchinson. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 20.7 ppb

- Reno County Rural Water District 3. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 15.6 ppb

- Sedgwick County Rural Water District 3. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 19 ppb

- City of Valley Center. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 19 ppb

- City of Wallace. Samples over limit since 2010: 1; highest 37.5 ppb

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Source: The Environmental Protection Agency’s Safe Drinking Water Information System

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