Puslinch Mayor: Nestlé Water Taking A Drop In The Bucket Compared To Guelph’s

Dennis Lever, Mayor of Puslinch

Dennis Lever, Mayor of Puslinch

by Mike Robinson.

When it comes to permits to take water, it is all a matter of perspective.

For all that has been reported in the media of late, Puslinch Mayor Dennis Lever considers Nestlé Waters Canada’s water taking operation to be a drop in the bucket compared to the overall permits to take water in the township.

On Sept. 7, councillors here reviewed reports from Harden Environmental’s senior hydrologist Stan Denhoed and also heard a presentation from Nestlé Waters’ natural resource manager Andreanne Simard.

Both offered comments on Nestlé’s application to renew its permit to take water in Aberfoyle.

The current permit allows for the drawing of 3.6 million litres of water per day…

[Click here to read the full story…]

wellington advertiser

via Wellington Advertiser

About author


Newsfeed articles are sourced and collected from third party news and blog sites. Clicking the continue reading links, if available, will open the full articles in external websites in a new browser window.

Related Articles