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Where Nestlé Guzzles Water, Michigan Neighbors Take Exception

Where Nestlé Guzzles Water, Michigan Neighbors Take Exception

A Nestlé bottled water factory in Stanwood, Mich., produces up to 1,200 bottles a minute and is served by seven nearby wells drawing up to 250 gallons of spring water a minute.

Water Fact:

According to the DNRC permit pg 25, the Montana Artesian Water Company intends to bottle 450 gallons per minute.

Water Fact:

According to the DNRC permit pg 25, the Montana Artesian Water Company intends to produce 140,000 20 oz bottles per hour or 2333 bottles per minute.

Water Fact:

According to the DNRC permit, this is nearly twice the amount of water than in the article below about Michigan bottling.

 

Water Fact: Maybe Kalispell neighbors should take exception too!

Maybe twice the exception!

See Article below:

 

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/05/24/business/nestle-michigan-water.html?_r=0&referer=https://www.google.com/