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One of the nation’s largest water bottling plants could go up in Anacortes, Wash, following a city council vote on a key provision in the process towards bringing in some sort of new manufacturing facility.

A company called Tethys Enterprises already has a contract with the city. The Skagit River provides water for Anacortes and the contract says Anacortes may provide Tethys with up to 5 million gallons of water per day. That’s for a million square foot facility.

That amount of water sounds high because it is high: that’s 20 times what the old Rainier brewery in Seattle used for production.

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