Well water fears fuel calls to halt proposed bottling plant near B.C. village – CBC

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Well water fears fuel calls to halt proposed bottling plant near B.C. village – CBC

by ahnationtalk on July 27, 202130 Views

Jul 27, 2021

Application for a plant near Clinton, B.C., is meeting opposition from First Nations, environmentalists

Angie Kane knows how important well water is when you live in the heart of dry, rural B.C.

For 17 years, she lived on a ranch outside Clinton, a semi-desert village about 120 kilometres northwest of Kamloops. Many residents who live outside municipal boundaries draw water from aquifers.

For Kane, the arid climate always kept the importance of her water supply top of mind.

“That is the biggest concern, for anyone who has a well, is will it dry up? Or will it go away?” she told CBC News.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/clinton-b-c-water-bottling-plant-proposed-1.6118185

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