The Noah: Removing lead from Chicago's water

Michael Ramos, an engineer from Chicago Public Schools (CPS), invented the Noah device after extensive testing of school district tap water and determining flushing would be the best way to avoid water stagnating in pipes and absorbing lead. With the help of Rob Christlieb, who is the head of Construction at all Chicago public schools, they plan on installing these devices at every school in Chicago.

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