Recycling Pool Water In Orange County, California



Pool Water Recycling, located in Orange County, California, mission is to provide the highest level of customer support to both residential and commercial swimming pool owners and provide all bathers with the best water quality to swim in.


To provide all residential and commercial swimming pool owners in the Orange County area with an alternative to a drain and refill and conserve as much water possible.


Lisamarie Silva – CEO

Lisamarie graduated from Arizona State University in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Studies and a Minor in Mass Communications. After graduation, she furthered her education and received her Master’s in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix in 2009. Lisamarie has spent the last 15 years in the sales and marketing industry.

Since she graduated, Lisamarie has prided herself in building relationships with other business professionals around the valley and truly understands the values of these relationships because of the support and referrals that she has gained over the years.

Through these relationships, she has been asked to help streamline companies and help them run their day to day operations more efficiently.

Nick Leatherwood – Water Purification Specialist

Nick has lived in California his entire life. In 2009, he worked part-time for a friend in the pool industry. By 2011, he was full-time and ventured out to grow his own pool route from 30 pools to 150 pools in 5 years. After selling his business, he became a route manager. Nick has his Certified Pool Operators License (CPO) and has passed the California State License Board (CSLB. C-61). Not only does Nick know water chemistry he also does repairs on all pool equipment, pumps, heaters, filters, automation, etc. Nick feels that it is the advanced water chemistry that he has studied that has set him apart from others. That is why he has loved working in the Reverse Osmosis filtration industry with swimming pools for the past six years! When Nick started in the pool trade, he didn’t think he would love it so much. In fact, he loves to attend educational seminars and learn from his peers what’s new and how he can apply things he’s learned in the field. “I truly feel blessed and beyond grateful to be able to do what I love every day.” Pool Water Recycling is lucky to have Nick!

‘The Puripool™ Process’


‘The Puripool™ Process” allows us to provide the solution to remove Calcium Hardness and Total Dissolved Solids from all swimming pools, residential or commercial. As pool water evaporates and time passes, your relaxing, inviting swimming pool becomes more work to maintain and the water becomes less sanitary.

In less than a day for most residential swimming pools, our mobile filtration unit will lower or remove the Total Dissolved Solids, Calcium, excess Stabilizer (Cyanuric Acid), Phosphates, Nitrates, Viruses, etc. We will give you back a clean, healthy pool; all while conserving nearly 85% of your existing water. Your pool will be as pure as if you had filled it with bottled drinking water!

Your family cannot get a better, safer, or cleaner pool any other way!

Water – A Limited Resource


Pool Water Recycling is proud to partner with you to conserve this increasingly limited resource. You will feel good knowing that you no longer have to watch your existing pool water go down the drain or worry while you drain the water and expose the finish of your pool.

Our self-contained units require nothing more from you than a garden hose to replace the small amount of water lost in the process. We will bring our own power and supplies, and in return, we will leave you with water far superior to a drain and refill; water that earlier in the day was old, tired, and unsanitary.

Congratulations; you just conserved 85% of that water, and provided your family with a clean, safe pool!

Why Now?


In the past, residential swimming pools have required a drain and refill every 2 years to maintain proper water balance and to protect plaster and equipment. Commercial pools can be even more frequent, due to greater usage and higher chemical levels required for sanitation. Exposing the plaster during a drain and refill can cause plaster damage and/or failure; an expensive repair! On other occasions, pools have “popped” out of the ground as the water is removed and the pool “floats”.

Why risk damage or waste your existing water when there is a better, safer solution that also allows you to be a good steward of water resources? Water conservation, no risk to your pool, and clean, safe water requiring fewer chemicals to maintain… It’s a win-win situation!

Are you ready to have RO quality water in your swimming pool?

Pool Water Recycling in Orange County, California


Email – info@poolwaterrecycling.net

CALIFORNIA - Pool Water Recycling proudly services Santa Ana, Yorba Linda, Orange, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Dana Point, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Balboa, Corona del Mar, Laguna Beach, Irvine, Los Angeles, Burbank, Pasadena, Glendale, Culver City, Anaheim, Calabasas, Beverly Hills, and Malibu.


22751 El Prado Suite 4113
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA. 92688