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Technology Stocks : Verizon Communications (VZ)
VZ 40.02-0.2%4:00 PM EST

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To: Jon Koplik who wrote (2027)7/22/2023 2:19:13 PM
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Henry Kolpin
19 July, 2023

As a former chemical plant employee and purchaser of chemically resistant materials. I can say that every location of the lead shielded cables can be different. The fear of lead leaching into water, soil and air could well be different for every location. As crazy as it sounds lead in Lake Tahoe may be perfectly safe and the lead in the rivers and swamps of the south could be very dangerous due to those variations of conditions, water PH, temperature, etc. etc. and a variation of the lead manufacturers composition of shielding could also be a factor. So right now there is no clear answer.

A complete study and case by case review needs to be done just as ATT says.

Everything could turn out to be perfectly safe, so lets do the science.
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