A Alberta mother’s cheap swimming suits is bleached after wading in Eyre, Delhi, TOT pool city, with her little daughter to raise potential health problems, even though the level of chemistry is safe.
“Maybe the standard in Alberta is safe, but is it for people to swim?” “Jenny Wagner tells the world news.
Wagner said she and her daughter pool from 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. on November 29th, but noticed the extreme “bleach spot” in her cheap swimming suits when she got home. She has a health problem, so she calls the pool. She said she told the security level: at one to 10 levels, they tested at eight p.m. 12 p.m.
Eyre, Delhi’s Lynda Phelan, told global standards that there were no more than provincial standards. Every couple of days, she says, a batch of water samples is sent to Alberta, and if the water is out of bounds, it will be notified to the city, which will cause the pool to close.
She says 400 to 500 people use the swimming pool every day, and there are no reports of other faded swimsuits.
But Wagner said she also heard the concerns of other mothers, although official levels of chemistry remain worrisome.
“I want [pool managers] to be more considerate of people in the pool,” she said. “It would be unfortunate if they had to close the swimming pool to prevent pollution, but I would still pay if I had to wait an hour to make the pool clean, not worried about chemicals.”
Wagner said, although in the swimming lesson, her daughter had been paid, her family have decided not to go to the ideal pool until the problem is solved in her mind.