Aquatrols, the source of products that help greenkeepers and growers optimize soil water management and conserve water, has been a significant contributor to the recently launched new Golf Environment Organisation (GEO) website.
Aquatrols contributes to new Golf Environment Organization (GEO) website
Aquatrols, the source of products that help greenkeepers and growers optimize soil water management and conserve water, has been a significant contributor to the recently launched new Golf Environment Organisation (GEO) website. As one of the first companies to become a Patron partner of GEO, Aquatrols provides financial resources, information and time to support GEO projects. In the case of the new website, significant time and information were contributed to reviewing the certification and knowledge sections of the website.
Says Jonathan Smith, Executive Director of GEO, “The time and financial resources that Aquatrols has donated have benefitted the format and content of the new website significantly. It also shows that Aquatrols is not just interested in promoting their products or water management and conservation, as important as that is – but that they share a commitment to the larger picture of the overall compatibility of golf and the environment.”
Aquatrols is a specialty chemical company engaged in the discovery, development and commercialization of uniquely effective products and formulation technologies that provide water, energy, labor and other resource savings for the turf, ornamental, agricultural and snowmaking industries worldwide. For more on Aquatrols, visit www.aquatrols.com .
The Golf Environment Organization is GEO is an independent, non-profit organization working to maximize the social, environmental and economic benefits of golf. Borne out of a partnership project between the European Golf Association, R&A, European Tour and European Commission, GEO has been driving environmental initiatives in golf since 1994. In succeeding years it has established partnerships with major golf and environmental organizations worldwide and been a catalyst for action across the sector. For more on Golf Environment Organization, visit www.golfenvironment.org .