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  • Waterpark Developers Tout High-Tech Conservation Features

    Members of one Northern California community are questioning the logic of moving forward with plans for a new waterpark resort, at the same time as officials have closed a local spray park because of the ongoing drought. Those involved with the resort project say it will be a model of conservation.

  • Commercial Pools Eligible for Solar Rebates

    California's solar companies' commercial solar pool heating projects are now eligible for rebates in the California Solar Initiative Thermal Program.

  • At Their Leisure

    Prominent aquatic designers discuss leisure pools of today

  • Making waves to Fight Cancer

    Swim Across America holds open-water and pool swims nationwide to raise money and awareness for cancer research, prevention and treatment

  • Top 14 New Waterparks for 2014

    From Texas to Spain, here's a list of some of the most intriguing parks slated to open this year.

  • Poolside CPR

    How one city's lifeguards and firefighters joined forces to launch a successful outreach program

  • Virtual Conference Tackles Important Issues

    Aquatics International's annual event looks at the top five issues facing aquatics professionals at this pivotal time in history

  • Iron Man

    Meet Rudy Garcia-Tolson, four-time Paraolympian and Triathlon finisher

  • Preventing Childhood Sexual Abuse

    Statute of limitations reform has become a key strategy for nabbing child molesters and the institutions that harbor them

  • Las Vegas Waterpark a Big Hit

    The $40 million Wet 'n' Wild waterpark opened in Las Vegas -- 10 years after the last public waterpark closed.