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Nestlé Waters Sacramento plant to be powered by renewable energy

Nestlé Waters North America Holdings Inc., a unit of Nestlé SA, on April 30 said that it aims to make its bottling facility in Sacramento, Calif., be powered by 100% renewable energy by partnering with electric service provider Sacramento Municipal Utility District.

With this partnership, the carbon footprint of Nestlé Waters' Sacramento operations will be reduced by about 7,093 metric tons annually.

Over the next 20 years, the company also expects to save $1.4 million in energy costs.

Nestlé Waters added that over 20% of Nestlé operations in the U.S. will rely on renewable energy by 2019.