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    Taking Control

    Until recently, effectively monitoring water quality and the overall facility meant operators had to be on site

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    The Price Is Right

    Ron Vitkun wanted to add more to his campground. Already, his Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park in Hagerstown, Md., had a heated pool and a kiddie pool, but no exciting rides.

  • Pentair Fined $193 Million for Cruise Ship Outbreak

    A New York jury found a filter manufacturer liable for a 1994 Legionnaires’ cruise ship outbreak that killed one and sickened several.

  • WHO Issues First Aquatic Safety Guidelines

    The World Health Organization has published comprehensive health and safety guidelines for swimming pools and hot tubs — the first international standard of its kind.

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    A Matter of Maturity

    Robin Patrick is anxiously searching for qualified lifeguards.

  • Woodsy Waterparks

    Activities now available at your local campgrounds: floating down lazy rivers, rafting into unknown caverns, jumping down tumbling falls, scrambling through grottos and splashing away summer days by the riverbank

  • New York Approves Crypto Class Action Lawsuit

    Victims of the Seneca Lake spraypark cryptosporidium outbreak in Geneva, N.Y., now may join a class action suit against the state for monetary compensatio

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    Re-generating Excitement

    Since the dawn of waterparks, public and private sector properties have relied upon high-rate sand filters for their water.

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    Training Daze

    Fractured skulls, amputated feet and bruised vertebrae. Not exactly the stuff of waterpark promotional brochures, but they all happened on water rides in the United States and Canada.