More stories about Water

  • Groundbreaking Conference Addresses Open Water Safety

    In a first for the open water swimming community, race directors, swimmers and other aquatics experts came together for the inaugural Open Water Swimming Safety Conference.

  • Help for Haiti

    Jan. 12, 2010, will be seared into the minds of Haitians foryears to come.


    Create agility and stability in the water with these exercises designed to improve balance.

  • Industry Manufacturer Provides Relief to Haiti

    Following the devastating earthquake on January 12, global water solutions provider Pentair Inc. is immediately donating $200,000 to fund portable water treatment systems and related supplies to Haiti.

  • Crypto Proof?

    Cryptosporidium, or crypto as it is often called, has become the leading cause of recreational water illnesses in the United States, according to surveillance reports published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta.

  • Water Safety Program Reduces Child Drownings

    In 1996 Broward County, Fla., reported five drowning deaths of children ages 5 to 9.

  • Shower Power

    Consider this: Standard commercial buildings in the United States pour through an average of 9.5 billion gallons of water every day, according to, a leading environmental responsibility information resource.

  • Exercise Your Options

    Her whole life, Dorothy Hamilton feared going into the water.

  • Great Wolf Lodges Face Water and Air Quality Issues

    Water quality issues have recently plagued two Great Wolf Resorts properties first with wastewater treatment violations at its Pocono Township, Pa. location, followed by ill guests at its Mason, Ohio, waterpark.

  • Australian Drought Affecting Pools

    In the midst of a Stage 3 drought, the Australian state of Victoria has banned the use of tap water to fill pools.