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Residential Water Quality Standard

After a few months of beating my head against the wall, I could not stand it anymore. So I wrote a letter to anyone that would listen. Not many did, but a big thanks to Service Industry News. Maybe we can get some answers, maybe not.

I want to understand why the APSP, an association that is supposed to be “dedicated to the growth and development of its members businesses,” would propose a residential pool water chemistry standard.

There are so many reasons that this is…

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Added by Ken Scott on November 30, 2016 at 6:10pm — 2 Comments

A Solid Requirement

Just got my latest SIN and was really surprised by the satement that APSP made about the latest ANSI Standard they are working on.

Why would they worry about a solid requirement for water quality when the one that they got approved for plastering was FAR from "solid"!

Whats the deal?

Added by Ken Scott on July 5, 2016 at 6:30pm — 1 Comment

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