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    Established TDF Member Chrisch's Avatar
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    Bin that Kit Kat before it's too late


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    They're American gallons, so it's not that much.

    Aren't the Grauniad dedicated fans of Nestlé?

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    All in single use small sized plastic bottles too no doubt...

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    Formerly sbc23cam Steve Clark's Avatar
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    In reality, it's not that much water.

    Ginnie Springs, which is just one of the springs which feeds the Santa Fe, which itself is one of the rivers that feeds into the Suwannee, discharges about 40 million gallons per day. This leaves the cave through a couple of holes the size of a garage door. You can swim against the flow in either. This permit is for about 3% of the output of one spring.

    The bigger concern is the hundreds of tons of human & animal shite that are sprayed on the ground around Tallahassee every day as a method of disposal. This leaches into the groundwater and contaminates it. Wakulla Spring discharges about 250 million gallons a day. It the 1970's & 80s it was a 90m deep crystal clear blue hole with unlimited vis. It's now brown, like Guildy, for 11 months of the year.


 

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