World Aquatic Health Conference 2018
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News from NSPF


The 15th Annual World Aquatic Health™ Conference (WAHC) saw its largest attendance ever this year, attracting nearly 600 aquatic professionals from all over the world to Charleston, South Carolina, and to six WAHCity locations in the U.S. and Canada.

Having served as the CEO of the National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF) since 2003, Thomas Lachocki, Ph.D. has announced his plan to retire in 2019. 

NSPF Awards $16K in Scholarships and Fellowships

The National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®) has awarded $12,000 in scholarships and $4,000 in fellowships for 2018. Each year, NSPF provides scholarships and fellowships that support both pioneering research in the field of aquatics and the continued education of young aquatics professionals or their immediate family members. This year’s recipients represent some of the brightest and most promising applicants in a competitive pool.


While competition might drive our industry, we’re convinced that collaboration elevates it. Our sponsors know this... They’re always ready to be standard bearers for an attentiveresponsive aquatics industry—and they know that’s usually a team effort.

Ten networking how-to's to keep in mind during the 15th annual World Aquatic Health™ Conference!​

The overarching principle in quality service is to understand how each facet of the work influences every other part of the job. Using our work as an example, it’s interesting how the end of every season sets the stage for the next. The way we treat the water and close down the system in the fall will have everything to do with what we have to contend with when we come back and open our pools in the spring.