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February 2013 issue of SPLASH! out now

February 28, 2013
SPLASH! Edition 86 February-March 2013
SPLASH! Edition 86 February-March 2013

The 86th edition of SPLASH! has now been published, featuring articles on coping with the internet; excavation and temporary fencing; and a profile on the new WaterMarc aquatic centre in Melbourne.

As usual, there is plenty of essential reading for the swimming pool, spa and aquatics industries, with dozens of news stories and informative feature articles including:

The ongoing online battle
One thing is clear about the internet: it’s not going away. We ask experts how to manage the phenomenon so pool and spa industry retailers can prosper.

Digging the dirt
Excavation and temporary fencing are rarely talked about in the glossy consumer pool magazines, but their place in the pool construction process cannot be underestimated.

Planning for the future
Watermarc in Melbourne’s north is an impressive leisure and aquatic facility built and funded with the long term future in mind.

Wisdom on water
We review the recent World Aquatic Health Conference where aquatic health and safety issues were discussed by international experts.

Continuous dosing mandatory for public pools
In March new NSW Health Regulations will come into force, requiring all public pools to be fitted with automated or continuous metered dosing systems.

AstralPool keeps the faith with local manufacturing
In a vote of confidence for the local market, Australia’s largest supplier of residential pool equipment has confirmed its commitment to local manufacturing.

How to protect your business against negative online reviews
If you do something that doesn’t please the customer, you run the risk of a negative review. But what can a bad review really do, and how do combat it?

The contrast and harmony of air, earth and water
Set against the stunning backdrop of the Alicante coast, the vision of architect Fran Silvestre brings together three elements to provide a startling effect.

Amazing water feature in Springfield
This Southeast Queensland town was crying out for a place for families to cool down and have some fun.

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