When a swimming pool breaks with tradition

Ahhh … the heat of the summer, backyard barbecues, lazy days by the pool. Hope you had a good one, because the Ontario fall weather is now upon us. But what about next summer? Will it finally be time to take the plunge and put in that swimming pool to keep everybody happy?  (Oh, we should qualify that by saying everyone except the person [probably you] in charge of pool maintenance.) So many things to consider if you intend to go the pool route, however; much more than simply making the nouveau chlorine-versus-salt decision.  Environment-conscious consumers in The Green Hub and beyond now have a third option – the natural, or organic, swimming pool. They’re here, chemical-free to boot, and we’re predicting they will go over in a big way. You can make them on the large side or you can make them small. Just like going to the lake and enjoying that smooth, freshwater sensation – and they are easy on the eyes, too.  Maybe, just maybe, you’ll be the first on your street to have one.

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The Green Ticker, the blog by TheGreenHub.ca, is authored by Greg McMillan, who is a veteran journalist with over 20 years experience with both The Globe and Mail and Hamilton Spectator newspapers. The President of Green Hub Inc., and TheGreenHub.ca, Canada's source for all things green, he will scan the internet daily to provide bits of information, gossip and perspective. He is also the Managing Editor of Green Building & Sustainable Strategies magazine.
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  1. Keep posting stuff like this i really like it

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