Other stories by Rebecca Robledo

  • Minnesota Entrapment Hastens National Safety Bill

    The evisceration of a 6-year-old Minnesota girl has brought suction entrapment to the forefront of the national press and will likely speed passage of the first national pool and spa safety law.

  • Pentair Judgment Reduced in Legionnaires' Case

    A New York judge reduced a $193 million verdict that a jury had ordered a subsidiary of Pentair Inc. to pay to Celebrity Cruises.

  • Changing of the Guard at APSP

    The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals, which produces many aquatics standards, has made staff changes that reflect what its leader calls “a changing of the guard.”

  • Australian Drought Affecting Pools

    In the midst of a Stage 3 drought, the Australian state of Victoria has banned the use of tap water to fill pools.

  • Hanley Wood Buys AQUA Show

    Hanley Wood LLC, owner of Aquatics International, Waterpark Resorts Today, Pool & Spa News, and the International Pool & Spa Expo, recently purchased the AQUA Show.

  • Tech School Launches First Class

    Starting this fall, aquatics professionals can attend classes at what industry officials hope will be the first of many nationwide technical schools.

  • APSP to Eliminate Competing Operator Course

    The National Swimming Pool Foundation and the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals have reached an agreement to end the APSP?s certification course