Sustainability for Swimming Pools

Sustainability for energy and resource efficient swimming pools, aquatic centres and water features

There is a growing focus on sustainability across all sectors, with facilities looking for ways to reduce their environmental impact, conserve energy and cut costs. 

The commercial swimming pool sector is a major consumer of energy, water and chemicals – making sustainability a priority from a financial and environmental perspective. According to the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage (OEH) in aquatic centres, energy and water consumption account for up to 90% of operating costs. This has prompted initiatives like the Master Pool Builders Association Australia (MPBAA) Water Neutral Pool, which has a goal of maintaining the volume of water in the pool by minimising water loss and reducing energy and chemical use.

“Chemtrol has integrated sustainability into all aspects of product development, including our programmable controller range, dosing equipment and probes/sensors. Read on to learn how our product range has sustainability built into it”