Hey golf fans! This past weekend saw The Players Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Florida, and in our own backyard here in Raleigh, The REX Hospital Open (part of the Web.com Tour) at TPC Wakefield Plantation. What do these two clubs have in common (other than being part of TPC)? Both clubs are using The eWater® System instead of conventional chemicals for cleaning. Two beautiful clubhouses that have replaced chemicals with something better and safer for people, property and the planet.
At TPC Wakefield (part of The McConnell Group), Chief Engineer, Jason Howell said, “”I find the aqueous ozone to be as effective as the chemicals it has replaced — maybe even a little more effective due to the decreased concern of bleaching clothes or carpets.” When asked about the reaction of his staff and cleaning with ozone ewater, he answered, “The reaction from the staff has been very positive, even though it takes some getting used to because at first it feels like you’re just cleaning with plain water. It’s great to be reducing the amount of potentially harmful and expensive chemicals, and to have a seemingly endless supply of cleaner on hand.”
Two premier clubs that are part of a growing network of golf and recreational clubs that are turning to the safe and effective cleaning power of ozone for their facility maintenance. Customers include North Ridge CC, Sedgefield CC, Old North State CC, CC of Asheville, Treyburn CC, Carolina CC and Forsythe CC.