Update 2019-08-27: Nestlé’s permit is incomplete, says SRWMD, but go ahead and comment anyway so the objections keep piling up.
Nestlé’s permit request to with draw even more massive amounts of water from Ginnie Springs on the Santa Fe River does not explicitly appear in next Tuesday’s SRWMD board packet.
Nonetheless, you can go ahead and ask SRWMD not to approve that permit: OSFR explains how.
Nestlé has long
sucked up water next to Madison Blue Spring
Suwannee Withlacoochee River, paying nothing per gallon,
and now Nestlé has bought the bottler at Ginnie Springs
on the Santa Fe River, Seven Springs Water Co., which is
applying for a new permit to pay nothing to withdraw even more water for nothing;
see Cindy Swirko, Gainesville Sun, 1 August 2019,
Permit sought for bottled water from Ginnie Springs.
already approved the permit, but the Suwannee River Water Management District (SRWMD) has not yet.
This is in Tuesday’s SRWMD packet: Continue reading