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Sun City gardens most water-wise in the country

GCX is working with Sun International guiding them through a water stewardship program.

This award coupled with their current water initiatives will ensure that Sun Int. will become a global leader in the hospitality and Leisure industry.

Sun City gardens

The South African Landscapers Institute (SALI) has recognised the lush gardens at Sun International’s Sun City as the most water wise in the country. Life Landscapes, the resort’s outsourced landscaping and garden maintenance service provider, has won the Rand Water Trophy for the Best Water Wise Project this year for its joint projects with RealGreen.

The trophy, the highest accolade in the water-wise category, was presented at The SALI Awards of Excellence which took place during the South African Green Industries Council’s (SAGIC) convention in Johannesburg recently.

“With South Africa being a semi-arid country, water is a precious resource that must be protected. The North West, like many areas of the country, faces water shortages and we are committed to water-wise practices at every level of our operation, including the gardens.

“We are thrilled that our team and garden services provider’s efforts to save water have been recognised with this award. It just goes to show that it is possible to have lush and beautiful gardens while saving water,” says Danie Boshoff, the environmental manager at Sun City Resort.

Sun City has a comprehensive water management programme in place to conserve water. The resort was also the first private institution in the tourism and hospitality sector in South Africa to be awarded Green Drop Status by the Department of Water Affairs. The Green Drop award certifies that the resort has been evaluated on its compliance with wastewater legislation and management, and meets the highest performance standards for Wastewater Quality Management.

Source :  Sun City gardens most water-wise in the country

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