The Western Australian government has committed $13.2 million over the next four years to maintain and upgrade WA's regional aquatic centres as part of the Community Pool Revitalisation Program.
Available from Australasian Medical & Scientific, the Hybriscan for Legionella screens for all Legionella species including L. pneumophila in cooling systems and water installations.
Gunnedah Shire Council has called for tenders for the architectural concept design phase of the upgrade to the Gunnedah Memorial Swimming Pool Complex. The $7.8 million upgrade has been in the pipeline for several years.
The $41 million Gold Coast Aquatic Centre has been delivered on budget and two years ahead of schedule. The centre is the first competition venue for the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Having had prior experience installing plant rooms featuring ultrafine filtration, Commercial Aquatics was the first choice to construct a state-of-the-art hydrotherapy pool featuring ultrafine filtration at the new Fiona Stanley Hospital in Western Australia.
The Prince Alfred Park Pool has taken out a swag of awards at the NSW Architecture Awards. The project was awarded the Sir John Sulman Medal and the Lloyd Rees Award for Urban Design, and was joint winner of the City of Sydney's Lord Mayor's Prize.
Waterco has introduced a looped lateral configuration for its range of commercial horizontal fibreglass filters.
The MultiCyclone 70XL is a pre-filtration device which is designed to capture up to 80% of the incoming dirt load prior to the main filter, reducing the load on the filter and thus reducing the frequency of filter maintenance and saving backwash water.
The new pool heating system at the Fremantle Leisure Centre is the first of its kind in Australia, featuring a cogeneration system and a shallow aquifer geothermal heat pump. Evoheat won the tender to supply and install both systems.
While the Victorian government has promised to contribute $15 million to build a new indoor aquatic centre for Bendigo, Mayor Barry Lyons has raised questions about where the remaining money will come from for the $30 million project.
Tasmania’s Devonport Aquatic and Leisure Centre will effectively be heated for free following the installation of an on-site cogeneration system.
A tailor-made training program delivered to 67 pool and spa professionals in Malaysia by the SPASA Alliance has been hailed as a success.
Tenders for the operation of five of Newcastle's council-owned swimming pools are open. Tenders are being accepted for Lambton, Stockton, Mayfield, Beresfield and Wallsend pools.