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A tiny Michigan town is in a water fight with Nestle
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4 February 2018
On 4 February 2018 Agence France-Presse reported:
Global food conglomerate Nestle is in a battle with critics in tiny Osceola Township, Michigan, where residents complain the Swiss company's water extraction techniques are ruining the environment. Nestle pays $200 a year to the state of Michigan to pump more than 130 million gallons of water.
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The town [of Osceola Township] opposes granting Nestle a permit to build a pumping booster station along a water pipeline that feeds a tanker load dock in Evart, another small town nearby.
The booster station would help the company pump more water from a controversial Osceola County wellhead if the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality approves the project. Nestle wants to pump 400 gallons of water a minute, up from the 250 a minute currently.
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