More stories about Sustainability

  • School's Project Is First Eligible for Solar Rebate

    Most of the cost of the solar pool heating project in Calabasas, Calif., will be offset by the rebate.

  • Nation's First "Natural" Public Swimming Pool

    After a century of renovations and updates, a Minneapolis park’s swimming hole will return to its freshwater origins and become the nation’s first “natural” public swimming pool.

  • Less Is More

    The Maine Department of Environmental Protection’s Pollution Prevention (P2) Program concluded a successful grant project thanks to funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

  • Gulf Spill is Creating A Summer Mess for Aquatics Professionals

    When the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig exploded in the Gulf of Mexico April 20, it caused the largest offshore oil spill in U.S. history — 1 million to 2 million barrels of oil and counting.

  • Solar Options Becoming More Feasible

    It appears solar power is becoming a more viable option for aquatics facilities.

  • Manufacturers Going Green 

    You might say green is the new way to stay in the black. Several industry manufacturers have made eco-friendly operational changes that are saving the planet and the bottom line

  • The Green Gap

    I’m contemplating two April events that seemingly have nothing to do with each other, but are actually inexorably linked: the annual Aquatics International salary survey and Earth Day