Nestlé resistance in the Detroit Metro Times

Nestlé's push to pump more water out of Michigan meets resistance

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Nestlé has been aiming to pump more water out of Michigan.  Near Evart, the company is attempting to expand and greatly increase the withdrawal amount to 400 gallons per minute, which equates to 576,000 gallons per day.Michael Jackman, from the Detroit Metro Times, writes that there may be “rough water ahead” for Nestlé. Many people are unhappy with their actions. Read more here.

 

One comment on “Nestlé resistance in the Detroit Metro Times

  1. John Ohitai on

    Is it a sustainable method of abstracting water? If that’s the way of how Nestle could abstract with, what did he think his children will use in the future to come.

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Nestlé's push to pump more water out of Michigan meets resistance