Other stories by Rich Young

  • CYA Revisited

    Two experts write a letter to the editor in response to the Aquatics International April 2013 article titled, "Is CYA Out on the Inside?"

  • It List: Water Quality: Wild Water Adventures Clovis, Calif.

    Operators of Wild Water Adventures have been at the forefront of water quality management for more than a decade.

  • Equipment - Supplemental Sanitation

    There are two basic options when it comes to alterative sanitation treatment systems: ozone and ultraviolet radiation.

  • Equipment:Eight

    There are two basic options when it comes to alterative sanitation treatment systems: ozone and ultraviolet radiation. Here’s a look at each type.

  • Equipment:Five

    Pool filters catch debris, including soil, leaves, dead skin, hair  and sometimes bacteria, viruses and protozoan cysts (more commonly treated by the disinfection system).

  • Equipment:Two

    Pools require chemicals. Processes of disinfection, oxidation and pH control are the most common chemical requirements that necessitate a feeder.

  • Equipment:Three

    Here's a look at chemical processes:

  • Equipment - Supplemental Sanitation: Chemicals

    Here's a look at chemical processes:

  • Equipment - Chemical Feed Systems

    Pools require chemicals. Processes of disinfection, oxidation and pH control are the most common chemical requirements that necessitate a feeder.

  • The Crypto Catch

    With recent outbreaks of cryptosporidium across the nation this past year, many operators may be wondering what they can do to protect themselves against this insidious and hard-to-kill bug.