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Should we also get rid of the swimming pool?

The electricity consumption from operating swimming pools adds to greenhouse gas emissions and energy costs. In addition to water and energy usage, the maintenance of swimming pools can also lead to pollution.

Water in swimming pools and spas is treated with various chemicals (such as chlorine and algaecides) to keep organisms from living in it. These chemicals are harmful to the environment and can create fish kills and other impacts.

Traces of fecal matter in pools can also introduce harmful strains of E. coli into the water, which chlorine is unable to fight back. E. Coli infections can cause stomach cramps, diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting, and its contaminants are usually ingested by accident among swimmers in public pools.Aug

And just how many people use the Port Townsend Swimming Pool?

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