The City of NYC is one of the oldest Urban cities in the world. Despite the many advantages of fast development and urbanization of this city, the NYCCELP report highlights a concerning statistic, which indicates that one in every five households in New York City receives their water supply from pipes that are either confirmed or potentially made of lead.This alarming rate of the population and the threat of lead poisoning raises many concerns about the health and development of individuals, especially children in these areas. Prolonged exposure to lead can cause severe delays in the cognitive development of children, along with reduced IQ, behavioral alterations, and anemia. In adults, lead poisoning can cause cardiovascular diseases, kidney failure, and complications in reproductivity. The detrimental effects of lead are not confined to the aforementioned issues and can be life-threatening for some individuals.