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Clean water at Carnoustie

7.30am 20th October 2005 - Corporate

Golf has been played over the famous Carnoustie Links since the 1500s, with the present championship course coming into being in the late 1920s. Since then the links have built an almost unrivalled reputation, not just for their demands on players but also for their maintenance standards. So when Links Superintendent John Philp looked to update his equipment wash down procedures it was not surprising that he would eventually turn to the Mi-T-M Bio Series system distributed in the UK by Ringwood based Hydroscape Ltd.
John’s answers to a few simple questions explain why there was a need to upgrade and the conclusions he reached.

John Philp acknowledges that a fuller assessment of efficiency will only be possible over a lengthier period of usage but based on his initial findings, he is confident his decision to go with the Mi-T-M system will prove to be vindicated and that a vital role will be played in the lead up to the 2007 Open Championship to be held at Carnoustie.
Mi-T-M biological treatment systems are also now in daily use at a number of well-known locations including The Turnberry Hotel GC, The Gleneagles Hotel GC, Royal Portrush GC, Royal Mid Surrey GC, Machynys Peninsula GC and The Heritage GC.

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