Case Study: Metropolitan Golf Club, VIC (115 KL/day)

Background

The Metropolitan Golf Club is one of Melbourne's renowned 'sandbelt' courses and widely regarded as one of the finest championship courses in Australia. 

With the drought in Australia in past years and water restrictions in place, Golf Courses suffered from a lack of water supplies. Metropolitan enjoys a reputation as one of the best-conditioned and most beautiful courses in the country. The pure couch grass fairways with large, fast bent-grass greens require constant up-keep and water to ensure that the members receive the high standards expected of this prestigious golf course. As a leading club in the golf industry, Metropolitan set a goal to show an example and eliminate the need to use potable water. 

Description

The Bore Water Treatment Plant uses reverse osmosis, including pre-treatment and chemical dosing to treat 115 KL/day for irrigation of the golf course. 

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