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News on Nestle: DEQ overruled computer model

Posted on November 23, 2016 by

Yesterday, November 22, 2016, MLive posted the following article:

DEQ overruled computer model that flunked Nestle groundwater bid

“LANSING, MI — When the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality ran the numbers on the proposed Nestle groundwater pumping increase near Evart, the computer model used to evaluate the effect such a large water withdrawal might have on local rivers and streams returned a failing grade…”

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