Case Study: Portsea Golf Club, VIC (300 KL/day)

Background

Portsea Golf Course established in 1924, ranks in the top 25 golf courses in Australia and in the very best golf courses on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, one of the most popular recreational areas in Victoria. Portsea Golf Course wanted to secure desalinated bore water to substitute the potable water which was being used for certain Total Dissolved Solids TDS sensitive parts of the golf course. 

Description

The Plant uses Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis with media filters to produce 300 kl/day of RO permeate water to irrigate the greens and tees of the golf course. Hydrex® specialty water treatment chemicals including antiscalant chemicals are also used for the RO unit to prevent scaling.

“Our club is looking forward to working with Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies on this exciting new project, which is projected to save around 35 Megalitres of potable water per annum,” Portsea Golf Club General Manager Andrew Kelly

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