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Residential Pools and Spas

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Rheem acquires an Accent

Rheem, the world’s second largest hot water company, has made a significant move into the Australian aquatic industry with the acquisition of Accent Air Pty...

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IQ buys AH Pierce

International Quadratics Pty Ltd (IQ) has bought and will manage pool supplies company, AH Pierce.   AH Pierce is one of the oldest companies in...

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Safety on the agenda

There has been slow but hopeful progress in some areas of pool safety, both here and overseas. Unfortunately, there have also been some shocking accidents...

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New Qld pool and spa licences

The Queensland Building Services Authority (QBSA) has a number of changes to licensing and regulations. Late last year, the QBSA introduced three additional license classes...

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More on China’s price hikes

David Crowley, business manager at chemical importer Redox, has contacted SPLASH! to provide more details on the price increases from China.   He says that...

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Poolrite to distribute Cyclean

In-floor cleaning manufacturer Paramount Pool & Spa Systems has joined with Poolrite to distribute and promote the Cyclean range of in-floor cleaners to both the...

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PQ to manufacture in WA

Premium Quality Pool Products (PQ) will shortly commence manufacturing and increase its warehouse capabilities in Western Australia. The new entity will be known locally as...

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Doing business in China

Austrade is trying to ensure Australian businesses make the most of the China connection as we approach the Beijing Olympics. Austrade CEO, Peter O’Byrne said...

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Consumers pour into expos

It seems the gloom of the water crisis, rising interest rates and a cool eastern summer have not deterred all homeowners from wanting a swimming...

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Pool drownings increase

Royal Life Saving has released its annual report into drowning, highlighting an increase in pool drownings compared to the five-year average. The five year average...

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OFT lines up owner builders…

…and contractors get caught in the crossfire   The NSW Office of Fair Trading (OFT) is targeting unlicensed building work on owner-builder sites. In October,...



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