Guide for Indoor Public Pool Facilities Operation & Recommissioning

The guides below were developed as part of a research project on the optimization of indoor public pool facilities
Operator's Guide to Energy Efficient Indoor Public Pool Operations

For pool technicians: This guide outlines the most important steps to optimize energy use in a public pool facility. It outlines 15 operational checks that identify no-cost and moderate-cost changes that onsite staff or a contractor can make without major equipment upgrades. It also points out situations where more expertise or a higher investment may be needed to take advantage of a costsaving opportunity or to solve a problem. The recommended actions are conservative to ensure that pool and space conditions are not negatively impacted.

Recommissioning Guide for Indoor Public Pool Facilities in Minnesota

For recommissioning providers: This guide recommends energy-saving measures to be investigated at every Minnesota indoor public pool facility. It outlines 17 operational checks to identify moderate- to no-cost changes that can be made without major equipment upgrades. It also points out situations where more expertise or a little higher investment may be needed to take advantage of a cost-saving opportunity or solve a problem. The recommended actions are conservative to ensure that pool and space conditions are not negatively impacted.