delead

delead

(diːˈlɛd)
vb (tr)
(Elements & Compounds) to remove the lead from (an object or substance)
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Corman Construction is employing the system to delead numerous locations interspersed on the bridge's superstructure.
Each year that the town has received the grant (the last year was 2007), the town was able to assist eight or nine homeowners with a new roof, window, heating system, septic system or to help delead a home.
"This grant lets us provide money for people who otherwise would not be able to afford to delead."
If paint in the family's home is found to contain lead, the home should be deleaded and Ted's parents educated about ways to control lead.
"This is the stuff that gets the results on the ground," said Regional EPA Administrator Curt Spalding, who attended an afternoon news conference at 18 Winslow St., a three-decker that was recently deleaded. "This is money to pursue the holistic strategy."
"When the families contacted the rental agency regarding specific apartments they were interested in viewing, the agency refused to show the apartments to them, stating that since they had children, they could not show them apartments that had not been deleaded," the plaintiff said in a prepared statement.