LANSING, Mich. (AP) – A Connecticut-based water bottling company has won approvals to finish a well and pipeline in Michigan’s Osceola County.

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality said Thursday that Nestle Waters North America’s proposal meets permitting requirements.

The company is based in Greenwich, Conn., and is part of Switzerland’s Nestle SA.

Regulators earlier decided the project isn’t likely to harm surface or groundwater.

Nestle plans to withdraw 150 gallons per minute from an aquifer 70 miles north of Grand Rapids.

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