Lead testing conducted at Water Gremlin comes in well under federal standards

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) recently conducted air monitoring on Water Gremlin’s property due to neighbor concerns about lead. The first round of testing – conducted September 18 – came in more than 32 times below the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) standard of .15 micrograms per cubic meter. The two samples – taken on the east and northwest sides of our property – came in at .0046 and .0045 micrograms per cubic meter, respectively.

Please note that the EPAs standard is based on a three-month average, so these results are preliminary in nature. We will continue to monitor these results and share relevant updates with the community.

To view the results on the MPCA website, click here and scroll down to the “lead monitoring” section.