As one who loves to play golf, I would argue that the game itself is an absolute necessity – as would many others of course. Every day, tens of thousands of business transactions take place on golf courses across America. But what you and I may see as a fundamental necessity, many others see as a luxury – especially when it competes with families for a resource becoming more and more scarce each and every day – clean potable water. There is a reason more and more golf courses across the western half of the US are closing each year, and it is not because of a lack of interest. It is because of a lack of water – water that is absolutely vital to the life and existance of a golf course. So with an ever-shrinking supply of fresh water, and growing competion from other sectors for this precious resource, what options do golf course owners and operators have to keep their businesses thriving?
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- Robert Burgin, Jr., P.E.
- ReUse Innovations, Inc.
- AMTA/SEDA Technology Transfer Workshop, Atlanta, GA
- AMTA/SEDA Technology Transfer Workshop
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