March 4, 2016: NJTV News with Mary Alice Williams

It’s one of the costliest Superfund cleanups in history. Polluters must pay more than $1 billion to dredge the Passaic River mud poisoned by mercury, PCBs and Agent Orange.

NJ Transit had a 20 percent rise in ridership and charged more for fares. So how can it be that it’s re-investing 20 percent less in maintaining the rail system?

And elevated levels of lead in a hospital center’s well water. We’ll show you how it happened. And what’s being done to keep the water supply safe.