Hard Rock Hotel Bali announced today the successful commissioning of a reverse osmosis water treatment plant. The advanced membrane-technology filtration system costing more than US$ 400,000 will enable the Hotel to independently service its water needs.
Because of the ongoing water shortage crisis in Bali and the future consequences this shortage portends, the Hard Rock Hotel Bali
has future-proofed itself by taking the step of providing its own source of the highest quality potable water for use by its guests.
On line since January 24, 2013, the reverse osmosis system has been tested and installed in cooperation with T&D Water Technologies
and Development. The Italian company produces primary water treatment plants for industrial and commercial uses.
The system will produce drinking water to World Health Organization
standards that will be used as the main water source for the Hotel.
Andy Maulana, Hard Rock Hotel Bali’s
Director of Engineering, explained: ”This investment is essential for us to provide fresh water supply to the Hotel operations. The system follows international standards and we are pleased that the installation has been successful.”
[Hard Rock Hotel Bali]
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