More stories about Water

  • February 2013 Product Spotlight

    A round-up of products.

  • Looking Back

    In 1999, as the millenium drew to a close, Pool & Spa News invited leading pool and spa professionals to share their thoughts on the industry — and key events that shaped their lives. Their words continue to inspire today.

  • Keith Johnson is a Man of Action

    Keith Johnson makes goals a reality.

  • Finding the Right Tool for the Job

    Maintaining a safe water balance can be a daunting task.

  • Pool Urination Comments Spur Ongoing Debate

    Comments made by two Olympic swimmers stating that urinating in pools is acceptable has caused more debate in the aquatics and pool industries.

  • Innovative Ideas

    The 2012 International Pool | Spa | Patio Expo showcased a variety of innovative new products from all segments of the industry.

  • How Much Is Too Much?

    The International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials is hard at work updating its Green Plumbing & Mechanical Code, a supplemental model code meant for adoption by states, cities or counties interested in establishing energy efficiency requirements.

  • Is CYA Out on the Inside?

    Everyone agrees that adding cyanuric acid to a pool extends the life of the chlorine by protecting it from damage by the sun’s UV rays.

  • Nation's First "Natural" Public Swimming Pool

    After a century of renovations and updates, a Minneapolis park’s swimming hole will return to its freshwater origins and become the nation’s first “natural” public swimming pool.

  • APSP Launches Sustainable Water Foundation

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals announced a new foundation called World of Recreational Water, to promote the sustainable use of recreational water worldwide.