Nestlé cannot claim bottled water is 'essential public service', court rules
Water should be a public good. Nestlé cannot claim bottled water is 'essential public service', US court rules
This was a ludicrous claim to begin with. Court rules bottled water is not "an essential public service" and bottled water companies are not "public water utiliities." Nestlé cannot claim bottled water is 'essential public service', court rules
The tiny town of Osceola Township, Michigan has won their legal battle against Nestlé.
Nestlé cannot claim bottled water is 'essential public service', court rules
Nestlé cannot claim bottled water is 'essential public service', court rules
“They said state law “unambiguously” implies public water supplies are “conveyed to a site through pipes” while nonessential water is provided in bottles.”
A small step to prevent #privatization of essential public services. #Nestle, member of the World Economic Forum and UN Global Compact commits widespread violations of #HumanRights.
Nestlé cannot claim bottled water is 'essential public service', court rules