SwimSwam: Pool Indoor Air Quality: Why It Matters To Your Health and Performance (Part 3)

In Part 2 of this series featured on SwimSwam, we discussed now that chloramines are in the air, what happens next? Once airborne, trichloramines are no longer affected by the water quality; therefore, the focus of Part 2 was on the natatorium and its air—not the pool and its water.

Part 3 of this series focuses on the recent publication of a study completed by Purdue University and the China Agricultural Institute, which was picked up by many major news outlets. The study shows that peeing in the pool actually has some hazardous consequences, and has a major impact on the air quality of every indoor pool. Read the article to learn more! In addition, PEC recommends that you do your own research to further educate yourself! All of this information is readily available and accessible online through credible resources.

This article was originally posted on www.swimswam.com on April 30th, 2014.

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