The Raritan River was once the poster child for polluted rivers, and industry and municipalities treated it as an open sewer. Today, thanks to the Clean Water Act and citizen groups like Raritan Riverkeeper, the river is cleaner.
Raritan Riverkeeper Bill Schultz is a retired Captain and shift commander in a career of fire service, a certified hazardous materials technician and instructor in water rescue. Schultz has served with various underwater search and recovery teams. He has also been a volunteer with the Marine Mammal Stranding Center for many years.
P.O. Box 244
Keasbey, New Jersey 08832