Sacramento, CA — In 2013 and 2014, the City of Sacramento performed a water treatment experiment at the expense of residents of the city “to save money,” according to a local news investigation.
Area residents were never informed about the toxic chemical contamination of their water that resulted from the experiment. “Cancer, miscarriages, and birth defects” are the consequences of consuming those chemicals, but the extent to which Sacramento residents are likely to experience these symptoms is not yet known. Continue reading »
– Activists ‘Shut Down’ Nestlé Water Bottling Plant in Sacramento (Daily Kos, March 27, 2015):
Environmental and human rights activists, holding plastic “torches” and “pitchforks,” formed human barricades at both entrances to the Nestlé Waters bottling plant in Sacramento at 5:00 a.m. on Friday, March 20, effectively shutting down the company’s operations for the day.
Members of the “Crunch Nestlé Alliance” shouted out a number of chants, including ”We got to fight for our right to water,” “Nestlé, Stop It, Water Not For Profit,” and “¿Agua Para Quien? Para Nuestra Gente.” Continue reading »
– UCB Food Chain Sampling Results (Sep. 6, 2011):
Dried manure sample — was produced about one year ago, left outside exposed to rain after Fukushima:
Collection date: 08/16/2011
Cesium-134: 5.18 Bq/kg
Cesium-137: 7.93 Bq/kg