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Nestlé: Unbottle California's Water

Nestlé: Unbottle California's Water

In the midst of California's historic drought, Nestle Waters—the largest bottler of water in the world—is drawing millions of gallons of water a year from the San Bernardino National Forest. Nestle’s permit expired in 1988, at which point the Forest Service should have turned off the spigot.

In this four-minute documentary, experts and activists explain the impact Nestle’s operation is having on the forest, and demand that the company and our government ensure this shared public resource is protected for future generations.

Watch the movie here:

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