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Nestlé Waters to Build New Bottling Plant in Italy

Nestlé Waters to Build New Bottling Plant in Italy
December 15
12:21 2015

Sanpellegrino Group, part of Nestlé Waters, is investing SFr17 million (€15.7 million) to build a mineral water bottling plant in Italy. The plant in Castrocielo, Frosinone province, will open in mid-2016. It will draw water from the ‘Naturae’ source, and is expected to produce around 220 million liters for sale under the Nestlé Vera brand in its first year.

In line with Nestlé’s commitments to environmental sustainability, the factory will only use green energy from renewable sources such as solar power. It will also incorporate LED lighting and systems for heat recovery and storage. All packaging materials used will be recyclable.

The Castrocielo plant will provide work to 24 people, mostly young who are high school graduates, and it will generate a significant direct and indirect linked industry.

With the activation of the new Naturae source in Castrocielo, Nestlé Vera will add a third water source in Italy for the brand. It already has a source in the North in San Giorgio in Bosco, in the province of Padua (Bosco source) and one in the South in Santo Stefano Quisquina, in the province of Agrigento (Santa Rosalia source).

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