Nestlé Waters Volunteers Pitch In To Clean Riverbed In Chino

Over 20 volunteers from Nestlé Waters’ Cabazon and Ontario factories and the Inland Empire Water Keeper participated in the fourth annual Cabazon Cleanup on Saturday April 14.
This year, the group cleaned up Chino’s Mill Creek.
Led by Cabazon factory administrator Marie Watson, volunteers removed trash and debris from the riverbed.
The Inland Empire Water Keeper, founded in 2005, is a public relations outreach non-profit created by Nestlé Waters and dedicated to enhancing and protecting the quality of the waterways in the Upper Santa Ana River Watershed. Nestlé Waters draws 62.56 million gallons of water from the San Bernadino Mountains annually, which it markets under the Arrowhead brand name and for which it pays a $524 annual fee to the United States Forest Service.

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