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Golf and Water Conservation

Water conservation in golf is a hot topic
Water conservation in golf is a hot topic and whit the current global warming, a topic that becomes extremely important in the near future. Between-us recently found in a pilot with five Catalan golf courses, that courses can save up to €550.000,- per year on water use, independent of reputational effects. Time to ask long-time expert in sustainable golf and chairman of the International Sustainability Council, Mr. Ronald G. Dodson for his opinion:
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A ‘Zero Waste’ Golf Course: Is It Possible?

Waste not, want not
Grandpa used to say, “Waste not, want not.” Dairy Creek Golf Club in San Luis Obispo, Calif., is taking that phrase literally and making efforts to become the first zero-waste golf facility in the nation. The overall goal is to recycle and reuse all products used at the golf facility and completely eliminate the need to haul any waste to the landfill.

Green Out! Caddies, players, sponsors and fans dress up in green

Best practice case study: Waste Management Phoenix Open
Every beginning of February, more than 500,000 golf fans are gathering in Scottsdale, Arizona for the best-attended golf tournament in the world: The Waste Management Phoenix Open. What makes the event different from other golf events on the tour is the strong focus on sustainability. And not only sustainability at the golf course, but the event is also focusing on the supply chain, waste management, greywater projects and involving stakeholders. This makes the Waste Management Phoenix Open (WMPO) not only the best attended event in the world, but also one of the most sustainable events.

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