Metro Times – Environmental group demands Nestlé hearings in Flint and Detroit

The cover of Metro Times’ December story on Nestlé’s plans to ramp up pumping of groundwater in Michigan.

As we mentioned earlier this month, Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation — one of the key groups opposing Nestlé’s plans to pump more water out of Michigan for its bottling operations — want to ensure that the state’s Department of Environmental Quality holds hearings on the matter all over the state.

The group says that, as of now, the DEQ only intends to conduct one public hearing on the Nestlé Permit — in the city of Big Rapids.

At 2 p.m. yesterday, the group held a press conference in front of Nestlé’s Ice Mountain bottling plant in Stanwood. Speaking to media, and supported READ THE REST HERE –>