Ice Lake will be getting a new outlet and spillway after the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District board of directors approved the project during its monthly meeting in Salida.
Articles by Joe Stone
Nestlé Waters North America announced Tuesday that it has begun operating under a new corporate name, BlueTriton Brands, following the completion of the company’s acquisition by a partnership of One Rock Capital Partners LLC and Metropoulos and Co. March 31.
Nestlé Waters North America recently announced two free educational opportunities for Colorado students, parents and teachers through The Ecology School – EcologyOnline and the Teacher Institute for Watershed Science and Conservation.
Thursday’s “Digital Rally to Reclaim Nestlé’s Troubled Water” featured U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib of Michigan’s 13th District and benefited six grassroots organizations, including Unbottle and Protect Chaffee County Water, which is opposing the extension of Nestlé’s permit to pump Chaffee County groundwater.
The sale of Nestlé Waters North America likely does not provide a legal basis for the Chaffee County Commissioners to deny an extension of Nestlé’s existing 1041 permit.
The March board meeting of the Upper Arkansas Water Conservancy District covered the usual range of topics – augmentation, water storage, proposed legislation, engineering projects and legal concerns.
Nestlé Waters North America pumped 71.9 acre-feet of water from the Pinedale Aquifer near Nathrop from October 2019 to November 2020.
On the heels of receiving a Colorado Water Conservation Board grant, the Upper Arkansas Watershed Partnership met recently to begin developing the Upper Arkansas Watershed Resiliency Plan.
Updated at 10:06 a.m. MST, Feb. 18, 2021 Nestlé S.A., the world’s largest food and beverage company, announced today that it has agreed to sell its Nestlé Waters North America…
The Chaffee County Commissioners approved a contract for Denver-based Harvey Economics to conduct an economic impact study of Nestlé Waters North America’s local operations.