Are Foreign Companies Stealing Great Lakes Water?

Great Lakes Water Use

Nestle, a company based in Switzerland,  can already suck and export up to 250 gallons a minute from a well in Evart, Michigan. Now it wants a new permit that would allow the company to pump 400 gallons of water each minute of the day.

6 Lies and Half-Truths about Great Lakes Water Use

Great Lakes Water Use

Recently the blogosphere and news sites have been bristling that Barack Obama somehow has just now starting to allow water from Great Lakes region to be pumped and sold to China. What’s worse is that none of these blog authors are checking the facts. Their lazy practice is to re-blog someone else’s post.

Nestle Bottling Plant in Michigan to Aid in Flint Water Crisis

Flint Water Crisis

From 2016 – Calls for Nestle to Help With Flint Water Crisis. Calls are continuing requesting that Michigan Governor Rick Snyder take over operations at Nestle’s Michigan Water Bottling Plant in Mecosta County Michigan to bring clean, lead-free drinking water to Flint. Currently, neither the State of Michigan nor the Federal government has begun operations … Read more Nestle Bottling Plant in Michigan to Aid in Flint Water Crisis