Don’t Let a Bottler Pump Water Out of the Santa Fe River
Dear Central Florida Water Advocate,
Preserve the Santa Fe River!
Guarantee that the water of the Santa Fe River is not mined for a new bottling facility!
Last year, your letters helped stop a bottling facility that would have endangered the Santa Fe River’s sensitive ecosystem and spoiled its natural attributes.
Now, two businessmen in Lily Springs — located near High Springs, FL — want to extract up to a million gallons of water a day from the river, transfer the water on tanker trucks, and bottle it nearby.
Stop this water bottler from touching a drop of water by writing a letter to officials demanding the permit be denied.
Recently, Suwanee River Water Management District (SRWMD) officials revoked a similar permit for a $50 million bottling facility after hundreds of people inundated officials with letters opposing the facility.
Flood the mailbox of David Still, the executive director of SRWMD, and ensure this new permit request also gets sunk.
At a time when Florida officials have warned of decreasing water supplies around the state, water bottlers should not be allowed to seize precious water in order to make a profit.
Write a letter today and help preserve the Santa Fe River.
Food and Water Watch
Food & Water Watch is a nonprofit consumer organization that works to ensure clean water and safe food. We challenge the corporate control and abuse of our food and water resources by empowering people to take action and by transforming the public consciousness about what we eat and drink.