POLLUTION RANKINGS|Lead Hazards| By County
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Counties with Potential Lead Hazards
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Rank County Number of housing units
1.KINGS 130,000
2.NEW YORK 68,000
3.BRONX 59,000
4.QUEENS 56,000
5.ERIE 20,000
6.WESTCHESTER 12,000
7.MONROE 11,000
8.NASSAU 9,000
9.ONONDAGA 7,700
10.ONEIDA 5,300
11.ALBANY 5,100
12.BROOME 4,500
13.SUFFOLK 4,300
14.RICHMOND 4,200
15.NIAGARA 3,900
16.CHAUTAUQUA 3,900
17.SCHENECTADY 3,200
18.ORANGE 3,100
19.ST. LAWRENCE 2,900
20.RENSSELAER 2,700
21.ULSTER 2,600
22.JEFFERSON 2,400
23.CHEMUNG 2,200
24.OSWEGO 2,200
25.STEUBEN 2,200
26.TOMPKINS 2,100
27.DUTCHESS 2,000
28.CATTARAUGUS 2,000
29.HERKIMER 1,700
30.CAYUGA 1,700
31.OTSEGO 1,600
32.MONTGOMERY 1,400
33.ALLEGANY 1,400
34.CLINTON 1,300
35.FULTON 1,300
36.ROCKLAND 1,200
37.SULLIVAN 1,200
38.CORTLAND 1,200
39.FRANKLIN 1,200
40.WAYNE 1,200
41.SARATOGA 1,100
42.ONTARIO 1,100
43.CHENANGO 1,100
44.DELAWARE 1,000
45.MADISON 1,000
46.WASHINGTON 1,000
47.COLUMBIA 940
48.LIVINGSTON 900
49.GREENE 880
50.GENESEE 850