Vooty Golf County, South India’s leading golf course and gated residential property, located in Vikarabad has integrated advanced treatment technology at the Golf Course for irrigation purposes. While keeping proper water management and drainage practices in mind, the layout has incorporated the Vikarabad Sewer Treatment Plant (STP) by laying 10 km pipeline. Encompassing environmental best practices and sustainable development, Vooty Golf County reclaims the treated waste-water to be used in the project.
The installation process at the plant began in May 2018 with the new system expected to be in operation shortly. Kancharla Construction is responsible for upgrading the plant. Treated wastewater is being used for landscape irrigation; this plant will help the system to produce 2 MGD of treated water with a peak hour flow of 2.5 MGD. The recycled water keeps the green spaces beautiful while preserving potable water for drinking and other uses.
“It’s a great initiative by Vooty Golf County to utilise the sewage treated water for its project. Vooty Golf County’s investment in Vikhrabad district is helping the region to grow and develop into an attractive golfing destination of South India”- said Mahesh Reddy MLA, (Parigi), Vikarabad
“We are glad to install the Sewage treatment plant which will enable sustainable growth in the region. The plant will assist the supply of water that will help in the construction and other necessary requirements in an eco-friendly way”, said Dr M Anand, MLA, Vikarabad
“We are extremely happy with the development of Vooty Golf County. The integration with the wastewater treatment plant will present a sustainable long-term solution to water scarcity. Vooty Golf County has taken a remarkably responsible move by installing a proper water management practice for the project”, said Dr Ranjith Reddy, MP, Chevela
Speaking on the installation, Prithvi Reddy, CEO, Vooty Golf County said, “The layout has integrated with the Vikarabad Sewerage Treatment Plant (STP) keeping proper water management and drainage practices in mind”.
Encompassing environmental best practices and sustainable development, Vooty Golf County reclaims the treated waste-water to be used in the Golf course.