• Water Safety Program Reduces Child Drownings

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

     
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    The Crypto Catch

    With recent outbreaks of cryptosporidium across the nation this past year, many operators may be wondering what they can do to protect themselves against this insidious and hard-to-kill bug.

     
  • Gary Thill

    Who's Got Your Back?

    I make mistakes.

     
  • Special Events: Making a Christmas Splash

    When it’s 20 degrees out and the jingle bells are ringing, the last place most people might think to visit is an aquatics facility.

     
  • Utah Bans Tots From Pools

    Following an unprecedented outbreak of cryptosporidium around Salt Lake City, Utah health officials took the extraordinary measure of banning children under age 5 from public pools, including gyms and apartment buildings.

     
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    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 GreenBiz.com, a leading environmental responsibility information resource.