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There’s no denying the scientific data: humans have a serious impact on the environment. But for those of you that are worried about your pool’s carbon footprint, however, don’t ring the alarm bells just yet. There are plenty of ways you can make your pool more eco-friendly – and as an added bonus, you’ll slash a hefty chunk off your running costs as well, though don’t forget to mind safety for children and people around the pool.
Cover the Pool
The first step you should take, if you haven’t already, is purchasing a pool cover.
The advantages are numerous. Firstly, you’ll prevent water being lost via evaporation, strong winds, and high temperatures. Not only that, but a cover will prevent debris and insects landings in your pool, minimizing the amount of cleaning products you need. Your pump pools and cleaners will also need to be called into action less frequently.
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