Oasis Regional Aquatic Centre in Wagga Wagga is set to save approximately $276,000 in energy costs and cut carbon emissions in the first year of operation with its new state-of-the-art, gas-fired cogeneration system.
The 'Pulse Pool', named by the developers Sekisui House Australia, was officially opened in January 2013 and handed over to the residents of a luxury residential complex as a gift.
The Pentair 5PSP Series is specially designed for swimming pool, aquatic and aquaculture applications.
The Orange community, particularly the local swimming enthusiasts, had been campaigning for an upgraded pool in Orange for some time. Over the years proposals took many shapes, but essentially the hope was for an indoor pool that would enable swimming all year round.
Water sharing between toddler and main pools, a practice that carries a high risk for infectious disease outbreaks, has been identified in some NSW Hunter Region council pools.
Prince Alfred Park Pool in Surry Hills has already won awards for its striking sustainable design.
The traditional owners decided in 2006 to put a substantial amount of the rent money they receive every year from the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park towards the Mutitjulu Tjurpinytjaku Centre.
Hong Kong's oldest public pool has closed - the 56-year-old pool will be replaced by a new swimming pool complex.
The council’s aspirations were that the Canning Multipurpose Leisure and Community Centre “shall be the catalyst for delivering significant social outcomes for residents of the City of Canning”.
The position of the building and the way it sits between the heritage park to the east and the natural bushland valley to the west will provide a swimming experience in the outdoor 50 m pool like no other in Australia.
A new study in the US found genetic fragments from the fecal germ E. coli in 58% of public pools.
In the last installment of our series following the construction of the Hornsby Aquatic Centre in Sydney's North, construction had just begun. Pool + Spa Magazine check-in with Raymond Huzij, Project Manager, Major Buildings at Hornsby Shire Council to learn about the latest developments.
Established in 1985, Infinite Fun® is a global water park equipment brand, headquartered in Mumbai. The group has more than 250 employees including 30 engineers and over 50 technicians. With equipment installed all over the world, Infinite Fun water park equipment established in Australia two years ago. Pool + Spa spoke with Scott Pendlebury, Managing Director of Infinite Fun, about water play structures.