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GLIN==> Costs rise as aquifers shrink



Again, as the state of Michigan considers allowing Perrier - a corporation
active in more than 140 countries - to withdrawal, bottle, and sell Great
Lakes ground water, perhaps it's wise to be mindful of the situations
affecting other water supplies throughout the nation.

Water tables are dropping 30 feet a year in some western regions, see below.

Costs rise as aquifers shrink
Sunday, June 24, 2001 - Beneath Denver and its south suburbs, water levels
are dropping by as much as 30 feet a year.

 http://www.denverpost.com/Stories/0,1002,53%7E50646,00.html


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Andy Guy
Michigan Land Use Institute
P-616.308.6250
email: andy@mlui.org
web: www.mlui.org


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