Why Pool Water Turns Green and Other Common Pool and Spa Water Quality Issues

During the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro the swimming pools turned dark green. It turned out that a facility employee had accidentally dumped 160 liters of hydrogen peroxide into the pools, which canceled out the effects of chlorine, thereby supporting the growth of algae and other organic compounds.

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The Power of Bluetooth for Maintaining Pool and Spa Water Quality

In warm weather, having a pool can feel like the ultimate luxury. Maintaining a pool, however, can be a frustrating chore—especially if you don’t have the right information and tools to work with. In order to enjoy clean and beautiful water on sunny days, there are many chemical parameters you must maintain every day. This is especially true for commercial swimming pools, where any variations in water quality can have a negative impact on your business and your customers. For many pool owners, however, maintaining the right water quality is much easier said than done. Below, we’ve outlined why this is the case—and how Bluetooth testers are changing the game.

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