Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Namibia's green news: Gondwana invests in wastewater treatment plants | Гондвана Намибия


Gondwana Namibia invests in wastewater treatment plants

Gondwana Collection is Namibian group of 14 lodges around Namibia where management has realised the importance of saving water and started to install wastewater treatment plants back in 2006 at its lodges.

All Gondwana's establishments are located in remote areas of Namibia and are not connected to central water supply systems. Lodges use borehole pumped water trying to save as much as possible of this precious commodity. Wastewater treatment plants were installed to supplement water supply. The recycled water is chiefly used for garden irrigation. The first plant was installed back in 2006 at the Namib Desert Lodge with all others following suit gradually.

Gondwana's accommodation establishments include Canyon Lodge, Canyon Village, Canyon Road House, Canyon Mountain Camp, Kalahari Anib Lodge, Kalahari Farmhouse, Etosha Safari Lodge, Etosha Safari Camp, Namushasha Lodge, Hakusembe Lodge and Damara Mopane Lodge. Gondwana's newest addition to portfolio is Swakopmund's Delight Hotel.

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