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environmental audit

an examination of an organization's production, distribution and marketing activities which concentrates upon the environmental impact of these activities. Green audits can assist an organization in identifying sources of environmental pollution or excessive resource usage so that it can then seek to improve its performance.
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Most of the ball was lying off the putting green but just a tiny fraction was over it.
A spokeswoman said: "During a lunch break they were given permission to play a round on the putting green.
The installation of the putting green took place during the first week of May.
Each year Hole-in-One USA brings a putting green and holds a fun contest to meet new people and make the most of the event.
The sun shone from a clear, azure blue sky while the simple, brightly coloured flower beds surrounding the putting green looked beautiful.
Golfing champions Rory McIlroy, Tiger Woods and Luke Donald had not even teed off when the claxon sounded signaling the suspension of the opening match of the Accenture Match Play Championship, as a blizzard turned the putting greens into white before their amazed eyes, the Mirror reports.
Golfers and golf course superintendents expect a lot from their putting greens.
She left at between 9pm and 10pm and in the darkness mistakenly drove her Renault Clio from the car park across the putting green in front of the clubhouse.
Once inside, builders levelled the lawn and created a 30ft by 15ft putting green with four holes.
GOLF-MAD: Ron and Ethel Turnbull, who have had a putting green built in their garden
In the highly managed and standardised system of a putting green, it might be fair to assume that the above-ground biomass production is proportional to the below-ground biomass production (roots).
Besides the bowling green, there were, I think, three tennis courts and a putting green.