Minneapolis baseball stadium to get water-recycling system

05/24/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Pentair has donated a rainwater-recycling system for Target Field in Minneapolis to maintain the turf and wash down parts of the stadium. The cost for the system -- the first of its kind for a major sports facility -- is about $100,000. Toro supplied an underground wireless soil-monitoring system to measure moisture levels so that only the parts of the field that need water get it -- a move that could save 2 million gallons of water annually.

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