Economists put price on IQ loss from lead in drinking water

Environmental economists have broken new ground in Britain by valuing the benefits of higher IQ in children as a result of reductions in lead levels in drinking water at up to £1.5 billion. But even when other benefits are taken into account, they estimate that cutting lead levels to meet new EC limits will not always be financially worthwhile.

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