A Second Opinion: Regular Checkups for Aquatic Facilities

Posted by Samanatha Grieg
Oct 7, 2022 12:54:36 PM

MicrosoftTeams-image (17)This article was published in the September edition of Recreation Management

What would you do if, let’s say, your knee really hurt? You’d go to the doctor. Or when those headaches won’t go away? You’d go to the doctor. But what about when you’re feeling great? We typically don’t make a point to spend our time at a doctor’s office getting a checkup if everything seems fine.

Getting The Most Out Of Your Chlorine During A Chlorine Shortage

Posted by Samantha Williams
Apr 27, 2022 2:54:46 PM

By Samantha Williams, Chemist II, Westlake Water Solutions, Westlake Chemical Corporation

This article was published in the March edition of Recreation Management

2020 brought hardships for pools in many capacities. Whether it was closings or having to run at half-capacity, we all saw our bit of heartache. But, things got harder in August 2020 when a fire at a major Trichlor manufacturer drastically reduced the U.S. production of this type of chlorine, commonly used in backyard pools, by 40%. Combine this with the increased demand for chlorine brought on by a surge in home pool builds (up ~26%*), and a heightened priority for chlorine used in drinking water and wastewater treatment plants, and it’s easy to see why the commercial pool market is experiencing the biggest chlorine shortage in decades.

What can pool operators do in a situation like this?

A Roadmap for a Safe and Cost-Effective CSO Treatment System

Posted by Accu-Tab News Team
Jun 24, 2021 11:43:15 AM

Topics: CSO, CleanSlate, Mon Valley Sewage Authority


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