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Carvin DiGiovanni

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The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals

HQ Phone:  (703) 838-0083

Direct Phone: (703) ***-**** ext. ***direct phone

Email: c***@***.org

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The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals

2111 Eisenhower Avenue

Alexandria, Virginia,22314

United States

Company Description

The Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (APSP) is the world's oldest and largest association representing swimming pool, hot tub, and spa manufacturers, distributors, manufacturers' agents, designers, builders, installers, suppliers, retailers, and service...more

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Eco-friendly swimming pools designed for conservation - Caribbean Clear

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Carvin DiGiovanni, vice president of technical and standards at the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals, said today's consumers want green solutions.
"Nearly two-thirds of businesses say customers demand they offer more environmentally considerate solutions," DiGiovanni said by email. Even so, some homeowners prefer a more natural approach, according to DiGiovanni, with a niche market quickly growing for natural pools that incorporate plants in an agriculture ecosystem to keep the water healthy instead of using chemicals. Another potential point of concern is the construction of a pool, but DiGiovanni said, like the way construction materials for homes and public buildings are regulated by building code requirements, so, too, are the materials governed for swimming pools, with the installations subject to inspection standards. Aside from attention to the pool itself, landscaping around it can soften a backyard swimming pool's environmental impact. For instance, positioning the pool to capture wind current helps move surface water to collect surface particulates, increasing the efficiency of the pool skimmer and reducing the workload of the pump/motor, thereby conserving energy, DiGiovanni said.


Board of Directors | NDPA.org

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Carvin DiGiovanni
Vice President: Technical & Standards Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (703) 647-2544 cdigiovanni@apsp.org


Board of Directors | NDPA.org

ndpa.org [cached]

Carvin DiGiovanni
Vice President: Technical & Standards Association of Pool & Spa Professionals (703) 647-2544 cdigiovanni@apsp.org


www.apsp.org

Carvin DiGiovanni
Senior Director, Technical & Standards 703.838.0083 Ext. 149 cdigiovanni@apsp.org


Eco-Friendly Swimming Pools - Carolina Creations Landscape Newsletter

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Carvin DiGiovanni, vice president of technical and standards at the Association of Pool & Spa Professionals, said today's consumers are looking for environmentally-friendly green solutions.
"Nearly two-thirds of businesses say customers demand they offer more environmentally considerate solutions," DiGiovanni said by email. "Eighty-eight percent of consumers feel a responsibility to purchase environmentally responsible products." Of primary concern for residential swimming pool owners, DiGiovanni said, are water usage and energy conservation. "Consumers are interested in conserving energy and preventing the loss of water unnecessarily," he said, with written standards and code addressing conservation slowly being adopted into law to ensure that energy-efficient pools, spas and hot tubs are being designed and built. eco-friendly swimming pool While there's also some concern about the chemical treatments used to sanitize swimming pool water, DiGiovanni said standards are in place to keep them in line. "All chemicals used in pools must be EPA Registered Sanitizers, ensuring that no harm comes to the environment," he said. "There are strict state and local health codes that must be adhered to." Even knowing that, some homeowners further prefer a more natural approach, he said, with a niche market quickly growing for natural pools that incorporate plants in an agricultural eco system to keep the water healthy rather than using chemicals. Another potential point of concern is the construction of a pool, but DiGiovanni said, like the way construction materials for homes and public buildings are regulated by building code requirements, so, too, are the materials governed for swimming pools, with the installations subject to inspection standards. Aside from attention to the pool itself, landscaping around it can soften a backyard swimming pool's environmental impact. For instance, positioning the pool to capture wind current helps move surface water to collect surface particulates, increasing the efficiency of the pool skimmer and reducing the workload of the pump/motor, thereby conserving energy, DiGiovanni said.


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