The natural way

Clear Water Revival (CWR) specialise in the design and build of Natural Swimming Pools (with a nationwide partner network); and interestingly can convert existing chlorine pools or derelict water spaces into these natural eco pools to really enhance the outdoor living space, and at the same time reduce maintenance and running costs.
The strength of the business is based upon a tried and tested filtration system which harnesses nature’s processes with microorganisms and plants to balance the water chemistry, maintaining clean, clear and hygienic conditions all year round without the need for chlorine or salt.
Set up in 2006 by aquatic ecologist David Nettleton, and supported by a team of scientists, ecological engineers, sustainability consultants and landscape designers, CWR’s pool system can be retrospectively fitted to offer home owners or commercial operations an eco friendly alternative to costly and time consuming traditional chlorine pools, or redundant water spaces.
“We are seeing a growing awareness and desire to pursue a more green and organic lifestyle”, says David Nettleton, CWR director, “and our pools meet this demand by maintaining a chemical free environment, helping to conserve natural resources and at the same time enhancing wildlife value in both rural and urban gardens”.

If you are keen to test the exhilarating swimming experience in a natural pool Clear Water Revival have an open day The Discovery Day will be held in Somerset June 12 &13 2009 11am-3pm
Tel 00117 370 1360

(The Landscaper will be diving into the world of pool construction again in our September issue)

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