From the former National Lead Company site in Sayreville, NJ to other contaminated sites across the state, explore some of the key places and figures surrounding the history and efforts to restore the Raritan River.
Brian O’Neil, developer of the National Lead site in Sayreville, NJ.
Capping the contaminated National Lead site in Sayreville, NJ.
A worker at the Cornell Dublier Superfund site.
EPA’s John Osolin at the Horseshoe Road superfund site.
Kayaking on the Raritan River.
Former Congressman and Governor Jim Florio.
The former National Lead factory site in Sayreville, NJ.
NY-NJ Baykeeper Greg Remaud.
The NY-NJ Baykeeper patrols the Raritan River.
A local fishes on the Raritan River in Edison, NJ.
One of the thousands of abandoned toxic sites in New Jersey.
Caution signs at the railroad in Metuchen.
The Raritan River at Clinton, NJ.
Environmental activist Robert Spiegel at a protest rally in Edison, NJ.
The superfund site at Laurence Harbor, NJ.
Caution signs at the superfund site in Laurence Harbor, NJ.
Thomas Burke, Associate Dean for Public Health Practice and Training at Johns Hopkins University.
National Lead Company’s annual report from the 1960s.