Pool Genetics

Even with today’s sophisticated pool equipment and systems, some aquatic centers still struggle with water-quality problems. If a facility is not appealing to the eyes and nose, such problems may result in a revenue loss as the public takes its fitness and recreation dollars to a competing venue. It is important to remember that a swimming pool has its own ecological balance that is affected by both genetic makeup as well as environmental influences. Successfully operating a healthy swimming pool …


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