Potential

Chemical Free Swimming Pool Ponds are Eco Friendly

By: Bamboo Magazine - Published: Apr 14, 2007   Updated: Jul 14 2011 • References: nytimes
In the old days, we used to swim in lakes, or ponds. A European trend of man made swimming holes may to be gaining ground in North America. The New York Times has a feature article on these self-cleaning ponds, which combine swimming areas and water gardens. Water quality is ensured thanks to an engineered system which uses, among other things, plants and algae for natural filtration.

Implications - The benefit of having a man-made, self-cleaning body of water to swim in is that the water quality is of the very highest and, in some ways, mimics a natural body of water. Hopefully these will become increasingly popular. Stats for Self-Cleaning Swimming Sanctuaries Trending: Older & Warm
Research: 21,129 clicks in 472 w
Interest: 4 minutes
Concept: Self-Cleaning Swimming Sanctuaries
Related: 53 examples / 41 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
Comparison Set: 20 similar articles, including: toaster-inspired lights, gravity-defying headphones, and color spectrum cosmetics.