PASCAA & SPASA Merger Complete

Daisy Pool Covers are happy to see that the Pool and Spa Covers Association of Australia (PASCAA) has completed the merger with the Swimming Pool and Spa Association of Australia (SPASA). The finalisation of the merger has established the Pool and Spa Covers of Australia (PASCA) advisory group.

The industry’s peak body, SPASA represents the swimming pool and spa market across Australasia, while PASCAA is a collaboration of leading Australian manufacturers and fabricators of pool and spa covers.

Derek Prince, Vice-President of PASCAA, says that PASCAA is proud to merge with the peak industry body.

“SPASA Australia set out to and has achieved their clear goals to build our national industry body and PASCAA has seen the importance of one body to unify our swimming pool industry. This merger will deliver a better outcome for the swimming pool industry and ultimately the consumer.”

Since the announcement in February 2020 that the two associations intended to unify, work has undergone meet the goal to better support the present and future needs of the industry.

“SPASA actively seeks to represent and deliver benefits to all sectors of the industry in every region,” says Lindsay McGrath, SPASA CEO. “This merger another step in providing a better result for our members.”

“This group of SPASA members, like many of our advisory groups, provides specific insights and knowledge that directly contributes to policy development and advocacy programs,” says McGrath

“I see these members having the success we have seen from other advocacy groups such as fibreglass manufacture, heat pump and solar committees who have recently been involved in the initiation and updating of Australian and new standards,” he says.

Stefan Ossenberg, SPASA chairman, and Derek Prince, PASCAA vice president, jointly issued the following statement: “SPASA and PASCAA are dedicated to the service of our industry. As the aquatics industry continues to evolve, the association must keep up with the demands of members, regulators and consumers. We are excited to build a vision where we can achieve even more together.”

 

Daisy Cover and Roller Installations Summer 2020

Installing so many pool covers and rollers across Australia, our team get to work on some amazing projects and get to see some fantastic pool areas.

Here are a few of many interesting installations we have worked on recently.

Recent Daisy Dam Cover Installations and Feedback

We’ve been very busy with Daisy Dam Covers recently!

This one was installed onto a Turkey Nest Dam in Regans Ford, just outside of Perth, WA:

 

All the owner wanted to do was stop evaporation as the winds rip the water right out of the dam. The total blockout of the Dam Cover was a bonus benefit to help reduce algae growth.

This customer is looking forward to saving water from now on.

Below is another installation we did a little while ago, but the customer has been so happy they have ordered more covers for their water tanks, and recommended Daisy Dam Covers to other graziers!

“We are very happy with the tank covers. They were so easy to install and are working  well. We haven’t had to cut any holes in the covers to allow the water flow into the tanks and the water seems to run off and the cover stays afloat. They are working very well and certainly clearing all of the slime and algae out of our tanks. We have had great success with your covers, and have spread the word about these Dam Covers to other graziers!”

 

 

Take a look at our Dam Covers here.