From the article:
“Nestlé says its bottling of spring water from the national forest isn’t causing environmental harm, and that it manages its water use for sustainability.”
The opposite is true.
Nestle is well known to suck every place dry that they are pumping water out of the ground and then move on.
– Nestlé Subsidiary Tries to Sell Small Town it’s Own Water: Residents Fight Back
– Nestle Continues To Sell Bottled Water Sourced From California Despite Record Drought
– Nestlé – Sucking The World Dry – Making A Profit Mark-Up Of 53,908,255% (Video)
– Bottled Life – The Truth About Nestlé’s Business With Water (Documentary Trailer)
– Nestle CEO & Bilderberg Peter Brabeck-Letmathe Seeks To Control The World’s Water Supply
– Nestlé’s California Water Permit Expired 27 Years Ago (Newsweek, April 13, 2015):
Last month, California newspaper The Desert Sun published an investigation revealing that Nestlé Water’s permit to transport water across the San Bernardino National Forest for bottling has been expired since 1988. On Friday, the U.S. Forest Service announced it would make it “a priority” to reassess the permit, and that it might impose as-of-yet unspecified “interim conditions” on the bottling operation in light of the severe drought, The Desert Sun reports.
The fact that Nestlé has continued its massive water-bottling operation while the state struggles with crippling water shortages has become a sticking point for activists. A petition demanding Nestlé immediately stop bottling and profiting off California water has drawn 27,000 online signatures and counting, and last month activists reportedly blocked the entrances to Nestlé’s bottling plant in Sacramento.
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