The February/March 2014 issue of SPLASH! includes important news stories and interesting features including:
A barrier to common sense
Cal Stanley discusses recent tinkering with the BCA relating to fencing in NSW, a situation seemingly comparable to an episode of Yes Minister.
Elena stars in Russian media
AIS chief executive officer Elena Gosse is making waves in the country of her birth, courtesy of an article in the Russian version of Forbes.
The toughest game of all
In terms of exertion, it dwarfs water polo and rugby league; underwater rugby is not for the faint-hearted, but it looks like a lot of fun.
Latest ideas for keeping pools clean
We look at the most convenient and effective methods of pool cleaning, from in-floor to robots, suction and pressure cleaning options.
Perfect preparation makes for terrific tiling
Fred Gray from Laticrete looks at the considerations and practises when preparing one of the most common substrates for ceramic tiling in pools – the concrete shell.
Relationship-building grows the brand
Lindsay McGrath looks at the importance of relationships in the retail market, and how that focus has helped the BioGuard business.
Happy Anniversary, World Aquatic Health Conference
Alan Lewis reviews the most recent WAHC, the tenth international gathering of pool science experts since the concept began in 2003.
Ventilation the key to healthy swimming pools
Samuel Park looks at how pool air quality can affect an indoor pool environment, and what can be done to improve it.
Shining cascades of relaxation
Tucked away in the Principality of Andorra is Caldea, Europe’s largest spa centre and one of the most popular places to relax in hot spring water.