High school seniors, Noah Tucker and Tyler Lubin both enjoy river activities including fishing, crabbing, boating and swimming in the Navesink River, located in Monmouth County, NJ. However, now and in the past the Navesink has been threatened by fecal coliform bacteria (human and animal feces) which enters the river through sewer drains.  The two teens looked for solutions when they heard the water quality worsened in 2015. Through research they learned what fecal coliform bacteria was and found a viable solution to the problem, but are awaiting town approvals to allow for simple installation.