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Campo y Golf de Ronda has announced it will invest over 10 million euros in bringing recycled water to the controversial development.

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The treated water will be piped from Ronda’s new water treatment plan to the site at Los Merinos.
During the recent inauguration of the sewage plant, the director of the Andalucía water authority (CMA), Antonio Rodríguez Leal, stated that the treated water could be used for irrigating golf courses. He added that this could solve the municipality’s problem with regard to such developments that had no independent water supplies.
The pipeline from the treatment plant to Los Merinos will run 16 to 20 kilometres, with two or three pumping stations along the way. It will be able to carry around 6,000 cubic metres of treated water a day, which may also be used by other golf courses or urbanisations. The work to lay the pipeline will probably start in the first quarter of next year.

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