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Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
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Can you believe this sh*t? We are still under drought conditions here.

Quote:In 2016, Nestle spent $35 million turning the warehouse near 43rd Avenue and Buckeye Road into a facility which bottled several million gallons of city water each year. The facility opened in July 2018.

Their water bottles claim the water is pure! Not to mention the cost of converting their facility! Open less than a year!
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02-12-2019 03:51 PM

 




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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
No mention in the article how many people wilk lise employment over this!
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There is a difference between "purified water" and "spring water".

For the record, both come from a tap. One is just held to a standard of purity, and the other is not.

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02-12-2019 03:56 PM

 




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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
This is why the oppirtunustic b-tards are closing, in my opinion.

Quote:In a 5-3 vote Wednesday that — intriguingly — fell along gender lines, the Phoenix City Council approved an increase in water rates, starting next month.

“I thank the women to have the leadership and courage to do the right thing. 5-3,” Interim Mayor Thelda Williams said, calling the vote during a meeting Wednesday

http://https://www.phoenixnewtimes.com/n...s-11105567
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Lol
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So we got bamboozled?

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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
Who opens a water factory in the desert anyways Rofl
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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
Dongfang Shou  Wrote: (02-12-2019 04:00 PM)
Who opens a water factory in the desert anyways Rofl

Thirsty people ?
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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
The Obamanation  Wrote: (02-12-2019 03:53 PM)
There is a difference between "purified water" and "spring water".

For the record, both come from a tap. One is just held to a standard of purity, and the other is not.

Thanks. Peopke still need to know they are paying for TAP WATER!

Our water here, sucks, too. I have never encountered water with so much scale in it anywhere else. I have to use a freaking PUMICE stone to clean my toilets.

I never use water out of the tap for cooking or drinking!
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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
Dongfang Shou  Wrote: (02-12-2019 04:00 PM)
Who opens a water factory in the desert anyways Rofl

Considerong we are in drought conditions, I am shocked they were allowed to
function here!
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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
The Ghost Of LOP  Wrote: (02-12-2019 03:57 PM)
So we got bamboozled?

Yep. Might as well fill a thermos with tap water to take to work!
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02-12-2019 04:18 PM

 




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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
From the Nestle website. The Farken liars!

Quote:Improving water efficiency

Our commitment: Work to achieve water efficiency and sustainability across our operations

Reducing withdrawal per tonne of product and reusing more water in our operations

https://www.nestle.com/csv/impact/water/water-efficiency
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This company truly needs to be boycotted.

Quote:Nestlé Makes Billions Bottling Water It Pays Nearly Nothing For

Quote:The Michigan operation is only one small part of Nestlé, the world’s largest food and beverage company. But it illuminates how Nestlé has come to dominate a controversial industry, spring by spring, often going into economically depressed municipalities with the promise of jobs and new infrastructure in exchange for tax breaks and access to a resource that’s scarce for millions.

Quote:There are the usual costs of doing business, including transportation, infrastructure, and salaries. But Nestlé pays little for the product it bottles—sometimes a municipal rate and other times just a nominal extraction fee. In Michigan, it’s $200.
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2017-09-21/nestl-makes-billions-bottling-water-it-pays-nearly-nothing-for
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RE: Nestle closes water factory in Phoenix, used city water for bottling
LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-12-2019 04:11 PM)
The Ghost Of LOP  Wrote: (02-12-2019 03:57 PM)
So we got bamboozled?

Yep. Might as well fill a thermos with tap water to take to work!

Yes.

Cheap bottled water mostly comes directly from the city tap, from 'springs'. After some people got sick, filtering was added to reduce liability. More expensive water has minerals and a flavour, like Perrier or Evian.

We pay for convenience and image.

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