PWTAG Technical notes are updates or new material for the standards and guidance given in the PWTG book, Swimming Pool Water and the PWTAG Code of practice and should be read in association with these publications.
The range of pool facilities is vast, from the smallest spa pool to a large Olympic sized facility. While all of these have quite different energy costs, the heating and treating of water in all swimming pools makes consumption patterns similar.
This guide has been developed to help pool managers and operators ensure that energy is managed efficiently in their swimming pools. With the complex range of associated building services and their considerable energy demand, it is important that opportunities for both carbon and cost savings are highlighted.
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