Many Americans have seen a dramatic decrease in their activity levels throughout the pandemic, which means the time is ripe for re-engaging communities with fitness classes and other wellness-related activities.
The social distancing and closures associated with COVID-19 have driven more people than ever to parks and similar venues for socialization, recreation, exercise and more.
Recently, the World Health Organization underscored the importance of community parks as they relate to family health.
As splashpads continue to hold the No. 1 spot for most commonly planned park addition, it is essential to approach their design, maintenance and lifecycle through the lens of sustainability.
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.
This webinar will provide detailed information on the causes of both poor air and water quality in and around swimming pools.