28 Jun '18, 4pm

U.S. Allows Nestlé to Keep Piping Water From Drought-Ridden Southern California https://t.co/BgMTkejGYC

U.S. Allows Nestlé to Keep Piping Water From Drought-Ridden Southern California https://t.co/BgMTkejGYC

The U.S. Forest Service offered Nestlé a three-year permit on Wednesday to keep taking millions of gallons of water from the San Bernardino National Forest in California , the Associated Press reported. The offer has certain restrictions. Nestlé, which sells bottled water under the Arrowhead brand, can continue piping from the Strawberry Creek watershed "when there is water available consistent with the forest's Land Management Plan," according to the AP, citing the Forest Service offer. The watershed is currently rated as "impaired." California has suffered from years of recurring drought . Last year's record-breaking rains in the state's north brought some relief, but large swaths of the south—where the forest is located—remain in "severe" drought, according to the latest data from the U.S. Drought Monitor. Nestlé has 60 days to decide whether to accept the terms of the ...

Full article: https://www.ecowatch.com/nestle-water-california-25820735...

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