At Pool Water Recycling, we specialize in working with commercial swimming pools! Commercial swimming pools are highly regulated in California and using Reverse Osmosis can help tremendously. Since there is a huge importance with water quality we have used our technology to help them with the following:

  • High Calcium Hardness (CH) levels
  • High Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) levels
  • High Cyanuric Acid (CYA) levels
  • Presence of a waterborne disease (cryptosporidium)

Depending on the circumstance, commercial swimming pools could be shut down until any one of these situations is handled. In the end, commercial swimming pools are highly regulated and we hope this blog post informs you on how we can help and why we are the best solution for your bathers.

Whether you swim in a water park, school, university, hotel, resort, apartment, condo or public swimming pool you will always take a risk because you have no idea what is in the water or what other bathers are doing in the water. Please keep in mind, just because the water is clear and blue doesn’t necessarily mean it’s safe for you to swim in. Taking your own precautions when swimming in a commercial swimming pool is always highly recommended. But, how do commercial swimming pools deal with increases in calcium, TDS, CYA, and other factors and why does that happen? Our tap water in California is loaded with calcium, magnesium and other hardness minerals. As water in the swimming pool evaporates, these hardness levels will increase in concentration in the swimming pool fairly rapidly and since the most common delivery of chlorine is by liquid injection, it will cause salts and TDS to rise rapidly. At this point, the commercial property will need to change out the water in the swimming pool. When this time comes around (usually once per year) Pool Water Recycling can come with our Reverse Osmosis (RO) mobile filtration trailer to recycle the existing water in the swimming pool. This is extremely beneficial to the property because of the following factors:

  • No downtime – you can swim in the pool while the process is being performed
  • The interior finish is never exposed which prevents possible damage
  • We leave you with much better water than what comes out of the tap
  • Water Conservation – we conserve up to 85% of the existing water in the swimming pool
  • Water quality is the best
  • Swimmers will notice a difference in the feel of the water
  • Lowers calcium hardness
  • Lowers TDS
  • Lowers CYA
  • Lowers salts

If a commercial pool decides to do a drain and refill instead this could mean numerous downtime days, there’s always a chance they could damage the interior finish and you will fill up the swimming pool with moderately hard water again. That’s why we feel our service is a much better option. To learn more or if you have any questions, please contact us today!