Water Justice News: Nestlé

Tlahuapan, Mexico

Posted on April 7, 2017  Tagged with:
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Nestlé Waters is currently extracting natural spring water from aquifers that are generated from the melting glaciers from the Iztaccíhualtel volcano. Nestlé Waters reportedly extracts up to 1 million litres of water per day, which is bottled under the Santa Maria brand. This extraction occurs in an area where individual consumption has been restricted and […]

Vittel, France

Posted on April 7, 2017  Tagged with:
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Nestlé Waters has a monopoly over the exploitation of two of the three aquifers in the region of Vittel and Contrexéville under the HEPAR, CONTREX, and VITTEL Grande Source brands. The multinational company has also been exploiting the third aquifer of the region, the Grès du Trias inférieur (GTI), and marketing its water under the […]


January 6, 2015 – 12:02pm

Luciano Romero
Blue Planet Project founder Maude Barlow has tweeted:
European human rights group lodges complaint on role played by Nestlé in murder of Colombian trade unionist. http://t.co/uGzWgCadzy
— Maude Barlow (@…

Nestlé water turned into cups at Milan Expo

Posted on December 12, 2014  Tagged with: ,
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One of the four towers at Switzerland’s pavilion at the Expo 2015 in Milan was originally meant to be filled with bottles of water from sponsor Nestlé. Now, however, visitors will be offered cups which they can fill with local tap water.


June 9, 2014 – 9:00am Yesterday, Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow tweeted:
On way to Sao Loraunco where Nestle has a big operation and is destroying the ancient waters of this beautiful town.
— Maude Barlow (@MaudeBarlow) June 8, 2014

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