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Register for the July 25th CPSA and NSPF Webinar!

Are you following the water conservation laws in California? Will they impact your business and spread outside of California to other drought-stricken areas? Join California Pool & Spa Association (CPSA) and National Swimming Pool Foundation (NSPF) for a webinar: How Do the New California Water Conservation  Laws Affect You? Wednesday, July 25, 2018Read the Rest…

Water Bills on Hold Until 2018

Two identical bills with the goal of enacting the statutory authority to implement the Governor’s New Water Plan, “Making Water Conservation a Way Of Life,” stalled in the last days before the California Legislature adjourned for this year. These bills are now considered two-year bills that can be taken upRead the Rest…

Dangerous New Bills as Session Ends

The California Legislature just returned from its month long summer recess, and as they say, “No man’s life, liberty or property are safe while the legislature are in session!” On that note, new draft amendments were just circulated to existing bills that would provide language and authority for the Governor’sRead the Rest…

CPSA Announces New Water Savings Study

The California Pool and Spa Association (CPSA) is pleased to announce a landmark study that will provide much-needed data on how to mitigate evaporation water loss in swimming pools. Sponsored by a wide range of industry associations including the CPSA, the National Plasterers Council, the Association of Pool & SpaRead the Rest…

Water Neutral Pools – A New Way Forward?

As the drought continues, it’s more important than ever for all residents of California to be aware of how much water they are using and take steps to conserve. While scientists have predicted that this autumn and winter may bring us an El Nino season with a surplus of rain,Read the Rest…