SPLASH! 121 is now live and available for free download. Features this issue include:
Water management for a hot climate
With a hot summer predicted for many parts of the country, Izzy Grace looks at ways the pool and spa industry is managing and conserving water, and how those measures are being used to reassure consumers that enjoying water doesn’t mean you need to use a lot of it.
The importance of water familiarisation
Laurie Lawrence explains why force has no place in the teaching of swimming, and how teachers can find fun ways to encourage children to become familiar with the water and perform swimming activities voluntarily.
WAHC and the ultra-fine bubble boom
Alan Lewis reviews the latest World Aquatic Health Conference, paying particular attention to a revolutionary new form of disinfection involving the production of roughly 100,000,000 ultra-fine bubbles per millilitre of water.
Pools wow at landscape awards
Landscaping Victoria has recently held its 2018 Master Landscapers Industry Awards, introducing a new category especially for swimming pools.
Women in leadership
Ros Ronning looks at why women are twice as likely as their male counterparts to take on the grunge work in a business, and how women can become aware of the stigma they are creating for themselves.
Neptune Pools, the beginning
Part Two of Cal Stanley’s three-part story on the highs and lows of establishing a career in the Australian pool construction business. The final part will appear in the following edition.
Stutchbury wins design of the year
A pool-centric hillside sanctuary in Bayview on Sydney’s northern beaches has been crowned the 2018 Australian House of the Year in the Houses Awards.