Neptune-Benson Filter Supporting Sandy Victims

On October 8-10, 2013, Diana Nyad will swim again, this time with no jellyfish or sharks but in a Myrtha pool with a Neptune-Benson filtration system. Diana Nyad will swim for 48 consecutive hours to raise money for a great cause. Myrtha has specially designed a pool for the event, being built in New York City’s Herald Square just outside of Macy’s. The two companies have teamed up on several occasions in this fashion, converting large capacity arenas into the temporary center …


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