To stop Nestle’s newest American water bottling permit, go directly to the decision makers, the Suwannee River Water Management District staff.
This is not a petition. This is not a social media platform. This is the real government deal.
The SRWMD staff do read all the comments. It is serious, say something meaningful.
Our Santa Fe River organization has posted a link to the SRWMD website permit portal.
Open and click on the following Permit number: 2-041-218202-3. At bottom of this page are these words To comment or receive notifications Click on them to post your comment about this permit application. If you provided an accurate email, you will receive an email confirmation. For those interested in learning more about the actual Seven Springs Bottling Company’s permit renewal, on the second page opened, click on this number: 2-041-218202-3, on the left side of screen in the portal, it opens up the permit materials. This gives you the opportunity to understand the workings of such water use permits. It also gives all of us the opportunity to read all the comments that were made by the public.It is crucial to stay vigilant and pressure SRWMD staff and Board to do the legally right thing in terms of “reasonable and beneficial and with the public interest” and any other statutory right given to deny this permit (found in F.S. 373, Section II).
The Santa Fe River needs your voice to speak for it now.
This is one more added reason Nature needs rights!
There are ways to help and get involved. Join OSFR to learn more. The Santa Fe River has no voice and needs yours! oursantaferiver.org
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