In addition to the below comonly asked questions, the MDHHS has other flyers with information ranging from creating a lead safe home to the impact of lead exposure for pregnant and nursing women, children as well as older adults.
Review this document if you're concerned about lead in your drinking water?
Where can I get information to better understand drinking water filters?
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) flyer found here has detailed information to help you understand certification marks as well as terminology regarding drinking water filters.
Can you explain how to use a PUR faucet filter that is certified to reduce lead in drinking water?
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) flyer found here has information on how to install and use a PUR faucet filter to reduce lead in drinking water.
I've heard my drinking water faucet has an aerator. What is it?
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) has this flyer that explains what an aerator does and steps you can take to help keep it clean.