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The EPA Helps Protect Residential Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs
Recent news1 reveals that some chlorine tablets sold online aren’t registered with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Without an EPA-approved label, no one can be confident that the product purchased will keep pool and hot tub water free of harmful contaminants and may not be safe for use. Pool and hot tub professionals and retailers must be 100% confident of the products they sell.
The EPA ensures that people have access to accurate information about personal health and environmental risks for certain classes of chemicals.