An eco-friendly Golf Estate comprising over 745 luxurious residential units is planned for a piece of land measuring approximately 148 hectares on the edge of the Dorob National Park in Walvis Bay. The Namib Times reports that, to be called The President’s Links Estate, the distinctive dunes surrounding the course will be an added attraction and the developers are hopeful of attracting thousands of golfing tourists and hosting international tournaments. Addressing concerns over water Director, Andrew van Schalkwyk, explained that they will be using electrocoagulation technology to convert water that was formerly effluent for use for irrigating the golf course and that any treated water not used on the estate will be sent back to the municipality for use in the surrounding community.
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