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 ====== Chemicals Used in Pools ====== ====== Chemicals Used in Pools ======
   
-Chemicals used in pools will vary depending ​on the source ​water and the bather load.  Here is a list of the chemicals that may be used For more information,​ contact the Environmental Health Officer, other pool supervisors,​ and suppliers.+The chemicals you use in the pool depend ​on the water source ​and the bather load. Here is a list of the chemicals that you may use. 
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 +For more information,​ contact the Environmental Health Officer, other pool supervisors,​ and suppliers.
  
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-Please note:  The Public Pool Regulations state that: +NWT Public Pool Regulations state: 
- +  * You may manually ​add chlorine ​to the pool after you dissolve ​the chlorine in water. 
-  * Chlorine ​may be manually ​added to the pool after the chlorine ​has been dissolved ​in water. +  * If you add chlorine manually, ​you must evenly ​distribute it over the surface of the pool. 
-  * If chlorine ​is manually ​added to the poolit must be evenly ​distributed ​over the surface of the pool. +  * The pool must be closed to bathers while you add chlorine to the pool waterand must remain closed for at least one hour.
-  * The pool must be closed to bathers while chlorine ​is added to the pool water and must remain closed ​to bathers ​for at least one hour after chlorine is added. +
  
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