Save Our Groundwater (SOG) is a New Hampshire Seacoast-based citizens action organization dedicated to protecting water in the public trust. We formed in 2001 in response to a bottled water company’s application to take more than 400,000 gallons/day from the aquifer underlying our rural communities; to date not one drop has been bottled. Join us in celebrating  twelve years of protecting our water–sign up for our email updates and help the movement grow by becoming a member.

Announcements

Private well owner? Time to test your well…

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Approximately 40% of New Hampshire residents rely on private wells for drinking water, estimates the NH Department of Environmental Services (DES). For those who do, this means you are the health inspector and maintenance provider for your water system. Protect your health and those you love by sampling your water and testing it at a [...] read more »

2014 NH Legislature bills we’re watching…

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SOG is following several bills in the 2014 session of the New Hampshire General Court: House Bill 1288: This bill would require bottled water labels to indicate the source of water. Sponsors: Rep. Weed and Rep. Ley Committee: Commerce and Consumer Affairs To follow the bill’s status, click: http://gencourt.state.nh.us/bill_status/bill_status.aspx?lsr=2384&sy=2014&sortoption=&txtsessionyear=2014&q=1 To read the bill, click: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/legislation/2014/HB1288.html [...] read more »

Securities and Exchange Commission issues news release concerning fraud charges against former USA Springs, Inc. investment partner Malom, AG

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The federal Securities and Exchange Commission issued a news release December 16, 2013 about fraud charges the agency is bringing against “Make A Lot Of Money” Malom, AG, the Switzerland-based financiers whom USA Springs, Inc. formerly partnered with in an effort to dig out of bankruptcy. You can read the news release by clicking here. read more »

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In the Media

NH Needs $3 billion in water infrastructure: Plymouth State University Media Relations
Coca-Cola eyes growth in the sparkling bottled water market: Forbes
4 states confirm water pollution from drilling: USA Today
Bill seeks to avoid conflects that paralyze Maine PUC: Portland Press Herald
Ruling brings Nestlé closer to Cascade Locks: Hood River News
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