Florida: Don't Let Nestlé Take Our Spring Water

Say no to the withdrawal of a million gallons per day for selling in plastic bottles.
Santa Fe River in Florida
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Next Tuesday, Aug. 11, water officials in north-central Florida will decide whether Nestlé — the world's largest food and beverage company — can take local spring water and sell it in plastic bottles by the millions.

The Suwanee Water Management District has already rejected a similar request, but the multinational giant isn't taking no for an answer. The permit seeks to withdraw nearly one million gallons of spring water a day from an area that's already overpumped — wildlife and the health of the river be damned.  

Please take a moment to urge the governing board to deny the permit.

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