State Senator From Ann Arbor Taking Nestle's Water Withdrawal Controversy National
The Michigan Department of Quality's decision to grant Nestle a permit to increase large-scale water withdrawals continues to generate controversy. The MDEQ will now allow Nestle to withdraw 400-gallons of groundwater per minute for its 'Ice Mountain' bottled water brand. That's up from the 250-gallons per minute previously allowed. Democrat Rebekah Warren says it's the wrong decision and conversations on remedies need to continue.
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