Arrowhead Bottling Plant Earns Award

September 2004
American Indian Report;Sep2004, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p24
Reports on the recognition received by Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water Co. from Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design program concerning its manufacturing facility on the Morongo Indian reservation in Cabazon, California. Aim of the program; Expansion plans of the company for the facility; Factors that make the building environmentally friendly.


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