Nestlé Waters UK reveals 100 per cent switch to clean energy

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Nestlé Waters UK reveals 100 per cent switch to clean energy

UK arm of bottled water giant says all its electricity now comes from renewable sources

Nestlé Waters, the world's largest bottled water company, has today announced its UK operations are now powered by 100 per cent renewable electricity. The firm - which produces a host of well-known...

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