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2016 SPASA Board Appointments

logo_newsNEWS RELEASE 17 March 2016
2016 SPASA Board Appointments
Industry to benefit through diverse experience
 
The Swimming Pool and Spa Association of NSW & ACT (SPASA) announced the appointment of the following board members at its Annual General Meeting held on the 16th March 2016.  
 

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2016 SPASA Pool and Spa Expo

logo_newsNEWS RELEASE 19 February 2016
2016 SPASA Pool and Spa Expo
Consumers confirm pools and spa are top of the list
 
Consumers flocked to the 2016 SPASA Pool & Spa Expo over the weekend which played host to 90 exhibitors, presented 12 free consumer seminars and distributed over 4,500 SPASA Pool and Spa Essentials magazines over the 2 day event. 

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And the winners are

logo_newsNEWS RELEASE 18 July 2016
And the Winners are ......
SPASA recognises Excellence

Extraordinary achievement in creativity, innovation, design and service from pool and spa companies were recognised at the recent Swimming Pool and Association of NSW & ACT (SPASA) annual Awards of Excellence.

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Barrier Inspections 2016

logo_newsNEWS RELEASE 11th March 2016
Swimming Pool & Spa Barrier Inspections
Sale provisions allow transfer of compliance
 
Minister for Local Government, Paul Toole has announced amended regulations relating to the sale of property with a pool or spa effective from 29th April 2016 following discussions and advice from the Swimming Pool and Spa Association of NSW & ACT (SPASA) and other industry stakeholders.
 

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SPASA AGM Vote

logo_newsNEWS RELEASE 17 March 2016
SPASA AGM Vote Confirms long term vision
Historical Resolution supported at SPASA AGM diverse experience
 
The Members at the Swimming Pool and Spa Association of NSW & ACT (SPASA) Annual General Meeting held on the 16th March 2016 voted in favour of the following Resolution:

"Based on appropriate due diligence as determined by the board, the membership approves the board’s authority to continue collaborating with SPASA Australia and the other SPASA states towards a unified (one) SPASA national model. The purpose is to improve member services and industry value by positioning SPASA Australia as a unified, single entity national body supporting and delivering improved benefit to all members Australia wide.

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