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Should Nestle be allowed to take more water from Lake Michigan for water bottles?

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  • No, the people of the Great Lakes region deserve this water more than Nestle does.

    No, Nestle should not be allowed to take more water from Lake Michigan for its bottled water. This is especially true in light of the water crisis in Flint. If anything, Nestle should give back to the public by providing free water to the residents of Flint who do not have access to this vital resource.

  • No, Nestle should not be allowed to take more water from Lake Michigan for water bottles.

    No, Nestle should not be allowed to take more water from Lake Michigan for water bottles because they only care about profits. They do not care about who suffers from their business. They should be banned from the United States because of their questionable activities that put money before people.

  • Not with what's going on in Flint

    Even if they can't divert clean drinking water from Lake Michigan to the people of Flint, at the very least they could be bottling that water to give away to people. Nestle shouldn't be making even more profit in the back yard of people who are still boiling their water.

  • Nestle should not be allowed to take water from Lake Michigan.

    Nestle should not be allowed to take water from Lake Michigan. Depleting the nation's resources is not the best way to continue to bottle water. Water should be outsourced from other places that will not have such a dramatic effect. Unfortunately, water levels everywhere seem to be dropping so this may be difficult to do. However, Lake Michigan should continue to exist as it is without being tampered with.


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