Key note presentation: Holland Waterland by L.C. Rietveld

Systematic review of outbreaks associated with hot tubs and spas – United States
M.C. Hlavsa, K. Schnell, M.J. Beach, USA

Resistance profiles of P. aeruginosa isolates deriving from various water environments including swimming pools
O. Pappa, A. Vantarakis, A.M. Kefala, A. Mavridou, A. Galanis, Greece

The microbiological quality of water in fish spas and the associated health risk
F.M. Schets, H.H.J.L. van den Berg, R. de Zwaan, D. van Soolingen, A.M. de Roda Husman, the Netherlands

Fast set pools – are they a hygienic risk?
T. Holtmeier, C. Höller, Germany

Impact of different treatment processes on concentrations of DBPs and DBP precursors in swimming pools
I. Slavik, B. Skibinski, W. Uhl, Germany

Elimination of trihalogenmethanes versus microbial contamination
W. Mascher, F.F. Reinthaler, A. Grisold, F. Mascher, Austria

Laboratory studies on the effect of ozonation on THM formation in swimming pool water
K.M.S. Hansen, A. Spiliotopoulou, W.A. Cheema, H.R. Andersen, Denmark

Inorganic disinfection by-products: Chlorate and Nitrate and their impact on UV treatment
L. Erdinger, T. Schlosser, Germany

Biofilm formation potential of chlorinated and non-chlorinated swimming pool water
M.G.A. Keuten, M.C.F.M. Peters, J.C. van Dijk, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht, the Netherlands

Biofilm in swimming pool filters: Blessing in disguise?
G.J.M. Hulshof, L.P.M. van Leengoed, B. Lans, E. Hilbrink, the Netherlands

Biofilm growth on swimming pool material
M.C.F.M. Peters, M.G.A. Keuten, M. de Kreuk, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht,
L.C. Rietveld, the Netherlands

Pseudomonas aeruginosa on vinyl-canvas inflatables and foam teaching aids in swimming pools
F.M. Schets, H.H.J.L. van den Berg, R. Baan, G. Lynch, A.M. de Roda Husman, the Netherlands

Strategies for benchmarking and coping with oocyst‐enriched faecal incidents in recreation water
G. Weiss, D. Weiss, Austria

Evaluation of an MPN test for the rapid enumeration of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in swimming pool and spa pool waters
D.P. Sartory, M. Brewer, A. Beswick, D. Steggles, United Kingdom

Keynote presentation by R. van der Vliet: Innovation in swimming

Pool chemical–associated injuries in public and residential settings — United States, 2003–2012
M.C. Hlavsa, S.A. Collier, M.J. Beach, USA

Indoor swimming pool attendance and respiratory and dermal health in schoolchildren – HITEA Catalonia
L. Font-Ribera, C.M. Villanueva, E. Gràcia-Lavedan, A. Borràs-Santos, M. Kogevinas, J.P. Zock, Spain

Disinfection byproducts in swimming pool: exposure and risk assessment
S. Chowdhury, Saudi Arabia

A comparison between freshwater and seawater swimming pools: From disinfection by-products profile to genotoxicity
T. Manasfi, M. De Méo, B. Coulomb, C. Di Giorgio, J.L. Boudenne, France

Introduction into the topic, definitions, requirements
M. Weilandt, Germany

FLL- Recommendations for planning, construction, servicing and operation of outdoor swimming pools with biological water purification (Swimming and Bathing ponds)
J. Spieker, Germany

Limnological Aspects and Mechanisms of in situ Disinfection in Natural Swimming Ponds
S. Bruns, Germany

Hygienic Situation in Natural Swimming Ponds over the Course of a Decade
A. Cordes, Germany

Developing a long-term strategy for improving health and safety at public swimming facilities 
in the United States
M.J. Beach, USA

A new bathing water regulation in the Netherlands – fit for the future!
W. Reinhold, the Netherlands

Swimming pool guidelines in the northern region of Portugal
M. Mata, J. Rocha Nogueira, Portugal

A novel trichloramine analysis method, factors influencing trichloramine concentration in pool water and the effect of Uv treatment
F. Soltermann, T. Widler, S. Canonica, G. Donzé, U. von Gunten, Switserland

Analysis of chlorinated by-products in swimming pool water by membrane introduction mass spectrometry – Influence of water physicochemical parameters
N. Cimetière, N. Garandel, P. Humeau, France

Indication of anthropogenic pollutants in swimming pool water via potassium
T. Schlosser, Germany

Swimming lessons and quality assurance of output
M. Hol, the Netherlands

Abstract Dutch Don’t Drown Foundation
J. Rijpstra, the Netherlands

Taking a pre-swim shower, why don’t they and how can we get them to do so?
N.G.A. Zwilling, M.G.A. Keuten, P. Wilhelm, M.H.A. van Vuuren, the Netherlands

Information video for pool visitors on personal hygiene and tri chloramine
T. Grummt, R. Junek, C. Schmalz, C. Zwiener, Germany

Presentation WASUB5 team Human powered submarine
M. ten Hacken, the Netherlands

Biological removal of urea in chlorinated and non-chlorinated pool water treatment
M.G.A. Keuten, M.C.F.M. Peters, L.C. Rietveld, J.C. van Dijk, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht, the Netherlands

Microflora and SPA
V.R. Spica, S. Giampaoli, F. Valeriani, Italy

Response of a shower population versus indicator organisms after chlorination
M.C.F.M. Peters, M.G.A. Keuten, M. de Kreuk, M.C.M. van Loosdrecht.
L.C. Rietveld, the Netherlands

Does the addition of salt affects the disinfection capacity of pool water?
R. Sommer, S. Cervero-Arago, E. Holzhammer, Austria

Entrapment accidents caused by drainage systems in swimming pools: A statistical study of accident victims and unsafe environments found in field research
J.P. Avezaat, A. Göb, Germany

Measurement of entrapment hazards caused by drainage systems in swimming pools
J.P. Avezaat, the Netherlands

Improving air quality of indoor swimming pools
J.G. Middendorf, the Netherlands

Influence of hydrodynamic parameters on transfer of Disinfection By-Products in ambient air of indoor swimming Pool: use of Residence Time Distribution approaches on a reference basin
P. Humeau, N. Garandel, J. Guilhot, M. Masri Idlibi, N. Cimetière, France