Wastewater seems to be a new frontier for resources around the country.
Wal-Mart may be in trouble after a customer reported that he was injured when drinking what he had believed to be store brand water, but contained a chemical similar to window cleaner.
Earlier this month, environmentalists from Ontario, Canada were working towards convincing their government to deny Nestlé a water-taking permit at a well the company had purchased.
Amid community opposition to the project, Nestle Waters has abandoned its plan for a proposed water extraction facility in the Poconos in Pennsylvania.
Residents of Eldred Township in Pennsylvania came face to face with township supervisors last year over concerns about the major beverage company.