Since the Suwannee River Water Management District ignored the public outcry against Seven Springs Water Company and Nestle, two groups are taking legal action. Read the complete article in the Gainesville Sun. Comments by OSFR […]
Our Santa Fe River began in 2007 as a group of regular people that wanted to stop four water bottling operations on the Santa Fe River in North Florida. We did just that. Since then, we’ve evolved into an organization determined to Protect Our Water.
Protecting water quality and quantity is a local and regional issue that affects people around the world. Whether from excessive water use or uncontrolled contaminants, our water needs to be protected from businesses and individuals that don’t seem to care about the effects they have on local water resources. They don’t seem to care about the people’s rights to use those water resources. They don’t seem to care about the environment that they harm.
BE INFORMED. Join us in helping others understand the issues by understanding the issues yourself. Below is a list of some of those issues and some recent posts about them. Below that you’ll find all the articles we’ve published about bottled water. There’s a treasure trove of information about what we’ve done to protect our water and the science behind it. Please read on.
- Water bottling depletes our springs and aquifer which are already damaged
- Eliminating bottled water is easiest step to starting springs recovery
- State Fails To Protect, Then Pays To Restore Springs
- NESTLE HEARING UPDATE From Florida Springs Council
- Seven Springs Water Co., Ginnie & Money, ACCORDING TO JAKE
- Does Florida’s Water Spring Eternal?
- Bottling Permit Would Contribute To Ginnie Springs’ Demise
- Protect Water Supply From More Bottling
- Not One Drop More
- Bottling Permit Risks Harm To Environment – Gainesville Sun Editorial
- Time to end the corporate giveaway of Florida’s water | Editorial
- Largest Hydrologic Restoration Project Ever Undertaken In The United States.
- Spring water belongs to everyone, not just private corporations
- Story Of Stuff: Our Water Is Not For Sale
- Does Florida’s Water Spring Eternal?
- Bottled Water Archives – Page 7 of 31
- The Great Water Grab: Wall Street Is Buying Up The World’s Water
- Taxpayers will be responsible for bill when Florida’s springs run dry
- The Fight To Stop Nestlé From Taking America’s Water To Sell In Plastic Bottles
- It’s Our Water. Many Are Outraged That Florida Gives It Away To Corporations. | The Buzz
- Your tap water is probably more pure and healthier
- The plastic bottles pollute the world and put our health at risk
- Coca-Cola, Nestlé, And PepsiCo Named Top Plastic Polluters For The Second Year In A Row
- Study: Plastic Pollution Increases Ocean Acidification
- Nestle Bottled Water Contains PFAS
- Chemical Used To Line Plastic Bottles Is Linked To Premature Death
- Nestlé Pollutes Rivers With More Than Plastic | Our Santa Fe
- Plus Plastic: Microplastics Found In Global Bottled Water, Nestle Is Worst
- Nestle And Others Sued For Plastic Pollution
- Read Here What Nestle’s Plastic Bottles Are Doing To Our Planet
- Nestle Among World’s Three Greatest Plastic Polluters
- Bottles are shipped away and the water is removed from our water cycle
- Bottling water is not in the public interest
You asked, we acted.Our members and supporters have asked us again and again what we are going do to stop the Seven Springs/Nestle consumptive use permit and protect the Santa Fe River. You […]
OSFR has already published about The Story of Stuff, who has maintained the international fight against Nestle. Now they are sponsoring a virtual rally against Nestle in which you are invited to participate. […]
Thanks to John Moran for permission to use his photos below as we re-post this article about Merrillee and the Santa Fe River. Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum. [email protected] – A river is […]
Our thanks to Andy Marlette and the Pensacola News Journal for permission to post his cartoon depicting Nestle Waters North America as a greedy corporation sucking the water from the Floridan aquifer. As usual […]
The following letter was written by OSFR president Mike Roth and read to the SRWMD Board of Directors at their monthly meeting on March 9, 2021. He speaks for those working to protect the […]