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Nestlé Waters' Pacific Northwest Project Website

Nestlé Waters proposes building a bottling plant in Cascade Locks to better serve customers in the Pacific Northwest and to bring economic opportunity to the region.

Proposed Project

Nestlé Waters North America (Nestlé Waters) is currently evaluating the potential for a bottling facility closer to customers in the Pacific Northwest. We have been working with the City, Port, and residents of Cascade Locks since 2008 to determine if the proposed project is beneficial to all parties.

About Nestlé Waters

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The Community

Just 40 miles east of Oregon's biggest city, Portland, Cascade Locks is one of the wettest places in the state, averaging about 70-80 inches of rain a year. With a current population of approximaetly 1,100, Cascade Locks contains one of the 13 industrial zoned areas within the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area. Both the City and Port are actively recruiting employers to invest in this area that has been identified by policy makers as appropriate for industrial and manufacturing use. Located atop a productive aquifer on the south bank of the Columbia River, and with many springs and stream flowing through it, Cascade Locks is a perfect community for Nestlé Waters to partner with as we look for potential sites for a bottling facility closer to customers in the Pacfic Northwest.

Reports & Information

Get the latest from Nestlé Waters related to the Cascade Locks project.