Improvements in technology and equipment have been making waves in the aquatics industry, reducing water and energy consumption, while helping to keep water clearer and safer for swimmers. Over the past 20 years, regenerative media filters, or RMFs, have been making significant strides in the recreational pool industry. This environmentally friendly option filters at much finer levels than traditional sand filters, requires no backwashing, uses less energy and takes up less space.
The water and energy saving potential of regenerative media filters should make them a serious consideration for any facility looking to improve water and reduce operational costs.
In this webinar, attendees will learn how RMFs can help improve water quality, reduce water consumption and save operational costs at their aquatic facilities.
Jack is CPO certified and an expert in recreational aquatics. His knowledge spans a wide range of water filtration and disinfection products including sand and regenerative media filters, UV technology and stainless steel perimeter gutters. He currently advises clients in the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. on filtration system design and equipment needs.
Jack has 20 years of experience with industry leading manufacturer Neptune-Benson. His portfolio is made-up of numerous high-profile projects ranging from municipal pools, to collegiate and competition venues, waterparks and multi-pool aquatic centers. A small sampling of his projects includes Brown University in Providence, RI, Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY, Penn State University and the soon to be open American Dream Waterpark in East Rutherford, NJ.