The four-year old son of hip-hop artist Usher was placed in an Atlanta intensive care unit after getting his arm stuck in a pool drain August 5.Read More
Industry experts offer advice on managing water chemistryRead More
With the five-year anniversay of the VGB Act deadline less than six months away, professionals should find out which covers are due for replacement.Read More
Kevin Mulvey, inventor and former head of Miami Filter, has died at age 57.Read More
The child at the center of a lawsuit that has settled had an impact on safety legislation.Read More
The parents of Zachary Archer Cohn, whose entrapment death resulted in the criminal charging of a pool builder, have settled with all defendants in a wrongful death lawsuit for a total of $40 million.Read More
Too much of a good thing? Excess nutrients, warmer temperatures, and an increasing population are causing explosions of algae worldwide.Read More
A New Orleans Contractor has been charged in a still-unfolding bid-rigging and bribery scheme at Orleans Parish Prison.
Among the list of kickbacks received by prison employees is $30,000 cash and a swimming pool.Read More
A major distributor of swimming pool and backyard supplies has reported its first-quarter net income fell, as higher costs more than offset slight sales growth.
Despite the profit drop, the results beat Wall Street predictions.Read More
The Saudi Arabian government has announced a luxurious rehabilitation center for captured al-Qaida soldiers.Read More
A New Jersey man's surprising discovery in his pool six months after the devastation of Hurricane Sandy is a reminder of his town's survival and the power of nature.Read More
Building the world's largest swimming pool likely requires a hefty crew — and price tag.
Take a gander at these incredible images of the pricey man-made masterpiece that sits on the grounds of the San Alfonso del Mar Resort in Chile.
Now in its 25th year, Long Island-based Poolfection has found the sweet spot for landing business in its local community.Read More
A Florida judge has decided to hear a case involving an entrapment that occurred out of the country.Read More
A Florida judge has decided to hear a lawsuit involving an overseas suction entrapment.Read More
The rate of injuries related to swimming has risen 30 percent over the last two decades, researchers say.
As part of an effort to track pool-related issues, the National Swimming Pool Foundation has started compiling a database of news reports about such incidents.Read More
Recently, an unusual, non-fatal entrapment garnered press attention around the country.Read More
The Consumer Product Safety Commission denied a petition by unblockable drain cover manufacturer BeeSafe Systems requesting that its products be approved for installation without a secondary vacuum-limiting system.Read More
A petition by unblockable drain cover manufacturer BeeSafe Systems requesting that its products be approved for installation without a secondary vacuum-limiting system has been denied.Read More
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