Case Study: Huntingdale Golf Club, VIC (340 KL/day)

Background

The Huntingdale Golf Club is a premier championship 18 hole "sandbelt" course. Being a prestigious golf club means that the course has to meet the high standards of their members.  Also bore water being utilised at that time was too saline for irrigation of the golf course

Description

The Bore Water Treatment Plant uses chemical dosing, settling tank, pre-treatment, and a Multipure Plus Reverse Osmosis unit to treat 340 KL/day for irrigation of the golf course. The plant treats bore water to reduce the salinity suitable for irrigation of the golf course fairways and tees. Hydrex® Specialty Water Chemicals are used on the equipment to ensure optimum performance of the plant.

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