Michigan Town Battles Nestle Over Bottled Water Harm

Maryann Borden looks over her yard

Maryann Borden looks over her yard at Twin Creek, which she says is not the same since Nestle began pumping water in the region

Citizens in a small Michigan town are the latest to battle Nestle Water over claims that the company’s water extraction techniques are destroying the local river where it pulls more than 130 gallons annually. The water bottle monopoly needs a permit to build infrastructure that could allow it to pull 400 gallons of water a minute…

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