Sampling Details
Sub Type: Wading Pool Special Feature: Location:
Area: 110 Volume (gallons): 1350 Flow measure reading (gpm): 3 Minimum required flow (gpm): 12
Disinfectant: Di/Tri-Chloro Secondary Disinfectant: ORP: Turnover Rate (min): 120
Total Chlorine (ppm): 1 Free Chlorine (ppm): 1 Combined Chlorine (ppm): 0 Total Bromine (ppm):
Alkalinity (ppm): 80 Pool water temp ˚F: 74 pH: 8.0 Cyanuric acid (ppm): 23
Spa water temp ˚F: Spa water replaced every 30 days: Max Allow. Filter Flow (gpm): Max Allow. Flow: Jet pump capacity (gpm):
Max Allow. Flow: SF pump capacity (gpm):
[?] A summary of the violations found during the inspection are listed below.

3701-31-04 (B)(6)(a) / Pool structure is water tight
The pool structure was leaking water according to the GM.
Repair the pool structure to a water-tight system. If necessary, consult with the Ohio Department of Health regarding the repair.
3701-31-04 (B)(6)(n) / Proper pool operating water level is maintained
The operating water level of the pool was not maintained.
Increase the volume of the pool water until the pool operating water level is restored. Correct By: 22-Aug-2019
3701-31-04 (B)(6)(q) / Depth markers/deck warning signs are maintained
Repeat Depth markerswere not maintained in a clearly visible manner on the pool deck.
Replace the depth markers/deck warning signs so that bathers are able to clearly see the depth of the water and that no diving is permitted where clearly indicated.
3701-31-04 (C)(2) / pH is within 7.2 to 7.8
Repeat pH was outside the range of 7.2 to 7.8. pH was noted at 8.0
Treat the pool water so that the pH is within the acceptable range.

Inspection Information

[?] Facility Type: Pool

[?] Inspection Type: Standard

[?] Inspection Date: 21-August-2019

1. Water clarity and disinfectant residuals meet minimum code requirements.
Chlorine was noted a 1ppm. Do not let the chlorine go below 1ppm
2. Safety equipment provided as required.
3. Pool perimeter was secure
4. Filters psi was 0

Pool was observed closed at time of inspection due to the change in hours since school has started.

Discussion with the GM was held about the water level and possible leak in the pool with the disinfection system. Nick said he would voluntarily close the pool until the water level is restored.
Discussion was held with EH Director and Pool program manager about the situation. TPCC was directed to close the wading pool the rest of the season due to the possible leak and public health hazard risks. A follow up will be conducted on Friday 8/23/19 to ensure the pool is closed.

TPCC should have someone come out to detect where the leak is and consult with ODH for further direction on correcting the problem. The problem needs to be corrected before the next pool license is purchased.