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  • I have heard of these being successful in cold climates like northern US and northern Europe.  I have only heard of them for private pools where the pollution load would presumably be much smaller.  They were marketed here in Texas a few years back, but I do not believe these recirculating systems are ...

  • Melinda, This spring pool looks really nice! There is a place near me called Devil's pool that's still widely used despite of high pollution levels and drowning danger, showing how much people want to have these natural places to swim.  https://www.phillymag.com/news/2015/07/26/devils-pool-philadelphia/ ...

  • Perhaps an awareness of the few places that are natural swimming areas would help.  There are a few in Texas.  Balmorhea State Park  https://tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/balmorhea Texas Balmorhea State Park Dive into the crystal-clear water ...

  • I laid out the conceptual design for a natural pool a​ few years ago, although the client chose not to proceed, partly out of fear of the problems reported in Minnesota. Ongoing, reactive maintenance and planting design are critical components of designing a successful natural pool, as well as a willingness ...

  • One of the experiences that drove me into the field of Environmental Engineering was finding fewer and fewer natural places to swim while growing up. When I came across this article about a public natural swimming pool in Minneapolis, the idea of a more natural swimming pool really resonated with me. ...

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