Nestlé Waters Canada is pleased to announce their support of the University of Guelph’s G360 Centre for Applied Groundwater Research (G360) through a generous donation of $460,000 to examine groundwater sustainability in southern Wellington County municipalities. This investment will support the G360’s bedrock groundwater research program, led by engineering professor Dr. Beth Parker. The research will also aim to create public awareness on how to best achieve sustainable source water protection strategies in various hydrogeological system conditions.
We believe that our donation to the G360 will lead to regional collaboration and data-driven source water management that will support the community’s long-term growth planning initiatives. Protecting and properly managing these groundwater resources to ensure its sustainability for future generations is – and has always been Nestlé Waters’ number one priority.
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