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> B.c. Water Pricing Policy Is All Wet
William hawk
post Sep 8 2017, 02:50 PM
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Hi,

Not at $2 and 25 cents per million litres of cold, clean B.C. water!
But seriously, minister, do you think that waiting until 2016 just to start charging multinational giant Nestle, other water bottlers, oil and gas frackers, amusement parks, garbage dumps and everyone else who wants millions of litres of water is appropriate?
Tens of thousands of British Columbians are outraged their province will be giving away water for pennies. And until then, it’s free.
Forget about making a profit -- when Nestle can buy their 265 million litres for $596.25 -- you aren’t even covering the cost of government writing up and mailing the invoice!
But Surrey residents pay $1.63 per 1,000 litres at home; at those rates Nestle would instead be paying $1,630 per million litres and $431,950 for what it bottled last year.
So the Nestle giveaway is why last week’s column went viral, with over 25,000 Facebook shares or recommends and thousands of retweets.

Please help.

Thanks!

I did not find the right solution from the Internet.

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