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Conservation group to challenge Michigan DEQ over Nestle water withdraw approval in Osceola Co.

A group is trying to stop Nestle Waters North America from pumping more Osceola County groundwater for its Ice Mountain brand. 

 

Michigan Citizens for Water Conservation said Wednesday that it's preparing a petition for a contested case against Michigan's Department of Environmental Quality, which approved Nestle's application to remove 400 gallons of water per minute from an Osceola Township aquifer.

 

The group says the DEQ will get the administrative challenge within 60 days.

 

The conservation group says the DEQ has "clearly bent the law to favor Nestle" by granting the permit before the company could provide "real data" on the consequences of withdrawing the additional water.

 



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