The county water authority has a history of surveying the homes of employees whose houses pose no significant lead contamination risk.
Buffalo’s water safety testing appears to avoid poor, at-risk neighborhoods.
Buffalo Water Board’s one-page info sheet about its lead testing program fails to provide much substance.
GreenWatch What is in the Water?
More than a year after Buffalo’s mayor unveiled a lead hazard control plan, its measures are still not being enforced.
New York State keeps kicking the can down the road on ensuring clean water.
Buffalo’s lead poisoning epidemic crisis—some 1,000 children are diagnosed every year with dangerous levels of lead in their blood—could be worse than reported.
Flint is a symptom of a larger disease that we need to address as a nation.
The fact that Toledo’s water troubles aren’t on Buffalo’s mind is no surprise. The silence on the Buffalo River’s water quality is remarkable.