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.PHILADELPHIA 75,000
2.ALLEGHENY 27,000
3.LUZERNE 8,300
4.DELAWARE 6,700
5.LACKAWANNA 5,600
6.FAYETTE 5,200
7.WESTMORELAND 5,000
8.BERKS 4,900
9.ERIE 4,800
10.CAMBRIA 4,000
11.SCHUYLKILL 3,900
12.MONTGOMERY 3,800
13.LEHIGH 3,700
14.LANCASTER 3,700
15.WASHINGTON 3,500
16.BLAIR 3,300
17.NORTHAMPTON 3,200
18.YORK 3,000
19.DAUPHIN 3,000
20.BEAVER 2,900
21.NORTHUMBERLAND 2,800
22.LYCOMING 2,400
23.LAWRENCE 2,100
24.MERCER 2,100
25.INDIANA 2,000
26.CENTRE 1,900
27.CLEARFIELD 1,900
28.CRAWFORD 1,800
29.SOMERSET 1,700
30.BUTLER 1,700
31.BUCKS 1,700
32.CHESTER 1,600
33.ARMSTRONG 1,600
34.VENANGO 1,500
35.CUMBERLAND 1,400
36.COLUMBIA 1,300
37.LEBANON 1,300
38.BRADFORD 1,300
39.FRANKLIN 1,200
40.CARBON 1,200
41.MCKEAN 1,200
42.JEFFERSON 1,100
43.MIFFLIN 1,100
44.GREENE 1,100
45.CLARION 1,000
46.TIOGA 890
47.CLINTON 800
48.BEDFORD 800
49.HUNTINGDON 790
50.SUSQUEHANNA 780