I agree, recycled water has received an unnecessarily bad rap in the past.
There's no reason that it can't be as clean as the water we get from
Warragamba, or even from Mt Franklin. Don't forget that the water that you
are drinking, from any source, has probably been through quite a few bodies
and water systems throughout it's life, and shows no I'll effects. Water is
only as good as it's cleaning process, and they're pretty serious about
recycled water, so you needn't worry.
On 4/25/06, L&L Knight <> wrote:
> G'day Debbie,
> Unless the water being recycled is significantly contaminated or poorly
> treated, I can't see how it will have a significant impact on the
> vegetation surrounding the golf course that would differ from that of
> the water currently used to water the course.
> Regards, Laurie.
> On Tuesday, April 25, 2006, at 02:48 PM, Debbie Worland wrote:
> > I was wondering if anyone has done any studies on the effect that
> > recyled water has on native vegeation. Our local golf club has
> > recently received a water allocation of 150 megalitres per year to
> > pump all over the golf course. I am worried about the effect the
> > recyled water will have, as the golf course is also a known feeding &
> > roost site for the swift parrot. Any help would be greatly
> > appreciated. Deb Worland
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