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Regulation respecting water quality in swimming pools and other artificial pools

Le The Regulation respecting water quality in swimming pools and other artificial pools came into force on January 1, 2007, replacing the Regulation respecting public wading and swimming pools. This regulation is designed to provide a framework for water quality monitoring through the application of quality standards and the requirement to perform regular monitoring and maintain a record.

To better understand the Regulation, you can consult:

Here are some tools to ensure the optimal operation of pools subject to the Regulation:

The Ministère makes record templates available in order to facilitate the work of those responsible for pools that are subject to the Regulation:

You can also access tools to educate bathers or your employees on the importance of maintaining good water quality:

Interior pools

Outdoor pools

  • The operator’s regulatory requirements

We encourage you to download these posters, print them and display them where they can be seen by users and staff members.

You can also consult reports and other useful references:

If you have questions at any time concerning the Regulation, do not hesitate to contact your regional office of the Ministère.

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