AOAP Donates $10K to CMAHC Indoor Air Quality Study
The Indoor Air Quality Study is an ongoing research project between the CMAHC’s Committee for Indoor Aquatic Facility Ventilation Design and Air Quality and Purdue University that focuses on developing a mathematical model which will identify the connections between indoor air quality, pool design, and pool operations. The results of the research will help the aquatics industry understand and better address real-world design and operational issues to enable safer air quality measurements for swimmers, patrons, and aquatic staff.
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Aquatics Manager MWR - Morale Welfare and Recreation Department – Great Lakes, IL (This job is open continuously and will remain open for an extended period of time. We will fill jobs as they become available. Closes on AOAP site 8/5/22
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