Other stories by Rebecca Robledo

  • Bills Seek ADA Extension, Exemption

    Pool accessibility has become a hot topic in Washington, D.C.

  • New ADA Bill Introduced

    Pool accessibility has become a hot topic in Washington, D.C.

  • Drained!

    It was May 2011, and the pool season was about to begin.Aquatics facility operators across the country were in high gear, preparing to open seasonal pools in time for summer.

  • Entrapment Testing at a Glance

    Here is a short definition of each test and an explanation of the entrapment it is designed to stop.

  • On The List

    The following models were named in CPSC’s recall. Consult the terms of the recall for more information about its application and exemptions.

  • ADA Deadline Lacks Sense of Urgency

    When the Americans with Disabilities Act standards compliance deadline of March 15 was originally announced, some professionals likened it to the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act.

  • Techs Are Avoiding VGB Work

    Many service technicians are no longer comfortable performing work meant to bring about compliance with the Virginia Graeme Baker Act.

  • PoolCorp and ‘Big 3’ Named in Lawsuit

    Megadistributor PoolCorp and the pool-equipment manufacturers dubbed by many “The Big Three” are being accused of anti-competitive activity.

  • Entrapment Claims Dropped from Suit

    Splash! At Lively Park waterpark in 1989

  • CPSC Issues Massive Drain Cover Recall

    Editor’s Note: Aquatics International will continue to update this story as it develops. Please check back regularly for updates.