The planned changes come three years after the former Liberal government enacted a moratorium on new and expanded permits to take water for bottling
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Where, when, and how much rain, snow or freezing rain falls is changing across the country.
Want long-term water quality monitoring and to adopt a strict water quality standard for selenium.
One ticket for non-compliance in the use of fish spawning deterrents and three related to water volume reporting.
Allows extraction only when water is available, to protect natural resources in the San Bernardino National Forest.
Water form Lake Michigan to primarily serve the planned display panel factory and campus.
Market to grow as the quality and quantity of clean water diminishes worldwide.
Flow Water commits to the environment with a high-quality healthy beverage in a Tetra Pak container.
It’s possible for ancient and recent water sources to mingle deep underground.
Helps explain why computer models show rivers fed by mountain snow are expected to run lower.
Posted for a 60-day comment period, bottlers want rules more evenly applied.
Stricter water taking permit requirements would include studies on the cumulative impact on local supplies.
Currently Ontario charges companies just $3.71 for every million litres of water.
Guelph residents fight Nestle application to renew permit to take up to 3.6 million litres a day.