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Elevated levels of copper found in drinking water of some homes in Richmond, Utah

Elevated levels of copper were reported in the drinking water of three homes in Richmond, Utah, pushing city leaders to work with the state to come up with ways to bring it back down to safer levels. “We tested 20 different locations. And we do them random throughout the town, all different locations,” Mayor Jeff Young said. “Last year, we were notified by the state that a few of the tests that we sent in were a little bit high on copper.”