This group isn’t quite like the rest.
Sure, +POOL has conducted intensive water quality monitoring for the past two summer seasons at four sites along the Brooklyn Waterfront.
And yes, they test for a spectrum of things, including enterococci, pH, and turbidity.
But it’s why they’re collecting the data that’s so unique: +POOL spent the last two years and biked thousands of miles collecting samples along the Brooklyn Waterfront to determine whether it was feasible to build a water-filtering, floating pool in the heart of New York’s watershed.
(Yes, you read that right.)