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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 12. Health
Agency 5. Department of Health

Chapter 460. Regulations Governing Tourist Establishment Swimming Pools and Other Public PoolsRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Local requirements
Section 30
Plan review
Section 40
Water supplies
Section 50
Section 60
Materials of pool shell
Section 70
Section 80
Pool decks
Section 90
Section 100
Steps and ladders
Section 110
Overflow facilities
Section 120
Inlets and outlets
Section 130
Depth marking
Section 140
Section 150
Section 160
Food and drink facilities
Section 170
Recirculation systems
Section 180
Filter rooms
Section 190
Section 200
Hair and lint catchers, gutters
Section 210
Section 220
Rate of flow indicators
Section 230
Section 240
Chemical feeding equipment
Section 250
Disinfection equipment
Section 260
Chemical testing equipment
Section 270
Operating records
Section 280
Section 290
Section 300
Filtration; water clarity
Section 310
Filter room placards
Section 320
Section 330
Commissioner approval
Section 340
Water supplies, lighting, overflow facilities, inlets and outlets
Section 350
Location and slopes
Section 360
Deck area
Section 370
Section 380
Water circulation systems
Section 390
Waste discharge
Section 400
Water supplies
Section 410
Section 420
Section 430
Section 440
Deck areas
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