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    Since it debuted in 1984, Six Flags White Water has been a big part of the Atlanta metro area.

  • CDC Outbreak Reporting Set to Go Online

    Hoping to give aquatics operators faster data about recreational water illness outbreaks and curb the spread of those outbreaks the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta will launch an electronic RWI reporting system this spring.

  • SIX FLAGS WHITE WATER

    It’s not just the sizzling Georgia summer that drove approximately 469,000 people to Six Flags White Water Atlanta in summer 2007.

  • SIX FLAGS WHITE WATER

    It’s not just the sizzling Georgia summer that drove approximately 469,000 people to Six Flags White Water Atlanta in summer 2007. A commitment to the guest experience, community involvement and “green” operation all lift this facility to the top of the c

  • Georgia Southern University Recreational Activities Center, Statesboro, Ga.

    On November 6, 2006, Georgia Southern University celebrated the grand opening of the Recreation Activity Center expansion

  • CDC Studying UV Effectiveness

    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta is conducting the first-ever study of ultraviolet systems’ ability to kill chloramines and improve indoor air quality.

  • 2006 Best of Aquatics

    The winners of our eighth annual compeition showcasing the industry's finest facilities.