Guelph residents take on Nestle over local water

Residents from City of Guelph and the County of Wellington in Ontario, Canada are petitioning the Provincial government to review the Nestle permit to extract water from a nearby Aberfoyle area site.

The City of Guelph is the largest Canadian City that relies solely on groundwater for all their water needs, and residents and environmentalists are concerned about depleting the aquifer that they all depend on.

Nestle’s permit expired on July 31/16. The City’s Mayor is at odds with his voting community as he supports the continued extraction pretty much as is by Nestle.

Concerned residents should contact their Mayor- mayor@guelph.ca- with their views, and Nestle Canada at 416-512-9000, or  consumer.care@ca.nestle.com

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