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Moving Water Is Safe Water!

All too often, chemicals are blamed for poor water quality when in fact the root cause is, more often than not, insufficient filtration. If a domestic pool owner only runs their pool pump for a few hours a day, they are relying far too much on the disinfectant (e.g. chlorine) in the water to keep […]

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New Kings Cross Leisure Centre Opens

Last month saw the opening of 5 Pancras Square – a brand new public leisure centre, relocated library, and community facilities in the heart of King’s Cross. The state-of-the-art building boasts a 25 metre four-lane swimming pool with a swimjet, a learner pool with play area, a spa pool, two exercise studios, a 90 station […]

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UK POOL & SPA AWARDS 2014

The UK swimming pool and spa sectors celebrated one of its best years in a decade at its annual UK Pool & Spa Awards with an *eight per cent increase in business. More hostages to fortune with the unpredictable British weather,  rather than the economy; two months of sustained summer temperatures in July and August […]

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The Generation Gap

The pool and spa sector is on the brink of a skills crisis as an ageing workforce retires; leaving a durth of specialist knowledge in the water leisure sector. Increasingly urgent searches, in situations vacant advertisements, for suitably experienced swimming pool and hot tub engineers, is the writing on the wall for pool and spa […]

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ISPE Pays Posthumous Tribute

The Institute of Swimming Pool Engineers has paid a posthumous tribute to one of its stalwart members, Ray Burt, who passed away earlier this year. A popular industry personality, Ray tirelessly contributed to the ISPE filtration workshops and gave numerous presentations at Institute seminars including the SPATEX exhibition. In memory of his outstanding contribution, Ray […]

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