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The lead contamination problem in Newark’s drinking water appears to be nearing a resolution that few could have foreseen in 2018.
At the center of the crisis was Newark Water and Sewer director Kareem Adeem.
“I don’t feel that I needed any vindication, personally,” Adeem says.
As the director, Adeem must drive across the city checking on the crews who have been replacing the lead water lines. He says the spring in his step is only from the success Newark has had in addressing a water crisis that drew national attention.
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