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Regulation & Inspection of Pools & Hot Tubs

Pool regulations and codes are developed by government agencies to make sure that treated recreational water facilities (for example, pools, hot tubs, and water parks) provide a clean, healthy, and safe environment for the public. These regulations set minimum standards (such as the amount of chlorine that should be in the pool) to decrease the public’s risk of illness and injury. To ensure that these regulations are followed, state and local officials regularly inspect treated recreational water venues.

To learn more about regulatory efforts, inspection study findings, and other information, please follow the links below.


Regulations and Pool Codes



Pool and Hot Tub Inspections



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