Mecklenburg County tests the water in public pools, including parks and apartment complexes, once a year for pH and disinfectant levels. State regulations require public pool owners to test pH and chlorine levels daily. But no such standards exist for the Whitewater Center.
Mecklenburg County tests the water in public pools, including parks and apartment complexes, once a year for pH and disinfectant levels. State regulations require public pool owners to test pH and chlorine levels daily. But no such standards exist for the Whitewater Center. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com
Mecklenburg County tests the water in public pools, including parks and apartment complexes, once a year for pH and disinfectant levels. State regulations require public pool owners to test pH and chlorine levels daily. But no such standards exist for the Whitewater Center. Diedra Laird dlaird@charlotteobserver.com

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