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.
Nestlé Waters North America pumped 71.9 acre-feet of water from the Pinedale Aquifer near Nathrop from October 2019 to November 2020.
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.
In the Tuesday session of the Nestlé Waters North America permit hearing, Chaffee County Commissioners heard public comments, discussed 1041 permit standards, voted to continue the public hearing at 1 p.m. Nov. 17, and adjourned to executive session to receive legal advice.
Chaffee County Commissioners began deliberations in the Nestlé Waters North America 1041 permit hearing Thursday, Nov. 5, and continued the hearing until 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10.
The Thursday night session in the Nestlé Waters North America 1041 permit hearing began with the opposition group responding to County Commissioners’ questions and ended with Nestlé representatives responding to comments opposing the permit.
The Nestlé Waters North America 1041 permit hearing continued Thursday morning and evening with a majority of speakers expressing opposition to a permit extension.
Chaffee County Commissioners will accept additional public comments about Nestle Waters North America’s 1041 permit extension at 9 am and 5 pm today.