Climate Care certification for Daisy's Ultradome
The SPASA Climate Care certification program is gathering steam, with the Ultradome pool cover from Daisy Pool Covers getting the nod. Ultradome also qualifies for the Smart Approved Watermark and promises pool owners can save up to 10,000 litres of water per month by minimising evaporation.
It’s good timing, given that the weather is starting to heat up as we head into the swimming season.
Daisy says it works hard to ensure its covers are economically sensible and to assist pool owners in a range of ways, including: enabling sustainable and responsible water use through less evaporation; extending the swimming season by keeping water warm; and reducing chemical usage. Daisy wants pool owners to spend more time in the pool, not on the pool, and so promises less dirt and debris, meaning a reduction in cleaning time.
For more information on the Climate Care program and how to certify your products, visit the SPASA website.
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