New natural pool is chlorine-free

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The City of Edmonton, Canada, has recently opened Canada’s first all-natural public pool. Instead of using harsh chemicals like chlorine to remain algae-free, the pool is filtered using entirely natural methods. The Borden natural pool is one of a number of projects we have seen that seek to use more eco-friendly materials. Others have included building bricks made from recycled plastic and a hotel that produces more energy than it uses. The Borden pool complex consists of a children’s wading pool and a larger swimming pool with a sloped entry. There are also three separate ‘working’ pools. These are the…

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