Rebecca Robledo, senior editor of Pool & Spa News and Aquatics International, is an award-winning trade journalist with more than 20 years of experience developing and producing magazine content meant to help small businesses, their managers, employees and craftsmen improve their work. She specializes in technical, complex or detail-oriented subject matter. Rebecca has reported on the pool and spa industry for more than 20 years, with an emphasis in design and construction, as well as legal and government-regulation issues. For this coverage, she has received numerous awards, including two Neals, considered by many to be the “Pulitzer Prize of Trade Journalism,” from American Business Media. A nearly lifelong resident of Southern California, Rebecca holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Communication with a Journalism emphasis from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
The consulting and research organization onBalance seeks a completely different set of rules for resolving the disagreement over spot...
California's Santa Margarita Water District now will move the ban to Stage 4 drought requirements
The National Plasterers Council says it wants to settle an ongoing feud regarding the cause of spot etching
Texas contractor accused of abandoning work now must abide by injunction
After months of the press calling out pools in the midst of drought, for California newspapers this week presented the other side of the...
APSP has hired another staff member dedicated to promoting the group’s standards to governments across the country
APSP announced a plan to bring industry organizations together to establish a focus and perhaps pool resources
The first federal pool- and spa-related model code is now available
A ban on filling pools by one water district is the latest state restriction
Las Vegas and Phoenix are going strong, but California remains a question mark
A key indicator for home remodeling bodes well for pool and spa construction this year .
Should pools be considerd a luxury for the poor?
As the industry picks up this year, it’s a good
time to think about which of the Great Recession changes you should keep.
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