Secondary Disinfection for Public Swimming Venues: Ozone ver...
By Beth Hamil As pool operators turn their attention to supplemental disinfection, there is a lesser understood, yet powerful alternative to UV that is making a big splash: ozone sanitation. What is ozone and why […]
Threat Assessment of Free-Living Amoeba in Drinking Water
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, PhD In November 2013, the Department of Health and Hospitals issued a state-wide emergency rule in Louisiana with new disinfectant mandates for the control of Naegleria fowleri in drinking water. […]
Water/Spray Park, Pool and Spa Industry Update 2014: NSF/ANS...
By Richard H. Martin Still waters run deep and rolling stones gather no moss (but do play rock concerts). In the pool and spa industry, NSF/ANSI Standard 50 certification is the measure of quality products […]
Summer Fun for Everyone, from McAlarney Pools, Spas & B...
By Denise M. Roberts McAlarney Pools, Spas, & Billiards 908 Pike Street Marietta, OH 45750 Toll-free: (800) 336-SPAS Tel: (740) 373-7724 firstname.lastname@example.org www.mcalarney.com Employees: 15 Service vehicles: FiveMcAlarney Pools, Spas, & Billiards, a multi-generational family […]
Water-Right Annual Dealer Convention Recap
By WC&P International staff On May 15, 16 and 17, the Clear Choice Water Group, Water-Right’s professional level dealer network, held its second dealer convention in Orlando, FL at the fabulous Caribe Royale Hotel and […]
A Healthy Respect for Pool Chemicals Can Help Avoid Accident...
By Mary Ostrowski and Robyn R. Brooks Pool treatment chemicals are essential for safe, healthy swimming pools, but unless used and stored properly, pool chemicals can pose a safety risk themselves. The US Centers for […]
Ozone at Home
By Greg S. Reyneke CWS-VI While ozone has consistently proven itself as a highly effective water treatment technology in residential and commercial applications, relatively few dealers will deploy ozone for residential application. I have noticed […]