Crystal Geyser, a Calistoga-based company, plans to open an idled bottling plant and pump water from a well that draws on the snowmelt and springs percolating through a maze of underground lava tubes at the base of Mount Shasta.
Crystal Geyser, a Calistoga-based company, plans to open an idled bottling plant and pump water from a well that draws on the snowmelt and springs percolating through a maze of underground lava tubes at the base of Mount Shasta. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file
Crystal Geyser, a Calistoga-based company, plans to open an idled bottling plant and pump water from a well that draws on the snowmelt and springs percolating through a maze of underground lava tubes at the base of Mount Shasta. Brian Nguyen Sacramento Bee file

Conflict flows from water bottling plant at Mount Shasta

September 03, 2015 04:03 PM

UPDATED September 05, 2015 07:49 PM

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