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Colesman Ballz

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The club will be further along the path following the work done over the summer - the new drilling meant that we no longer have to draw water direct from the mains and can reduce our water usage
It will reduce the amount of water that we take from the mains, but it doesn't necessarily mean that we will reduce the overall amount of water we use. We could well end up being more profligate in our use !
 

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It will reduce the amount of water that we take from the mains, but it doesn't necessarily mean that we will reduce the overall amount of water we use. We could well end up being more profligate in our use !
True enough - but it doesn't have to go through all the treatment stages on the way as mains water does.
If we only consider water application on the pitch then the British weather has us beaten in the profligate stakes. ;)
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True enough - but it doesn't have to go through all the treatment stages on the way as mains water does.
If we only consider water application on the pitch then the British weather has us beaten in the profligate stakes. ;)
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Beat me to it Spoonz. As you allude to were not exactly short of water in this country. But it's not just the energy used in the treatment of mains water but the energy necessary to build the treatment and delivery infrastructure.
 
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