Ability360 Receives AOP Pool System Donation With the Clear Comfort Cares Program

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AOP Pool System Donation Helps Ability360 Provide the Best Swimming Experience For People With Disabilities

Clear Comfort Cares Program

The Clear Comfort Cares Program honors Ability360.

The Clear Comfort Cares Program honored Ability360 for its efforts to enhance the quality of life of individuals with disabilities through adaptive aquatic programs. Clear Comfort’s Advanced Oxidation (AOP) donation will enable Ability360 to deliver the best, healthiest and freshest swimming environment for people with disabilities to use to exercise, relax and enjoy.

“We are proud and honored to have been presented with the Clear Comfort Cares Program donation,” said Gus LaZear, Vice President & General Manager at Ability360. “This donation will have a significant impact on our ability to help individuals with disabilities improve the emotional, cognitive, physical and social aspects of their lives through our Recreational Therapy services.”

Ability360 is a non-profit corporation that offers and promotes programs to empower people with all disabilities to take personal responsibility so that they may achieve or continue independent lifestyles within the community. To recognize Ability360’s efforts to provide people with disabilities safe spaces for exercise, enjoyment and health, Clear Comfort is giving back at the community-level by donating an AOP supplemental sanitation pool system.

Ability360 was nominated for the Clear Comfort Cares Program by Aquatic Environmental Systems, a leading resource for swimming pool and water treatment professionals in the Southwest. In addition, AES is donating its services to install the Clear Comfort AOP system.

“We are happy to see Ability360 recognized for the positive impact they have on our community,” said Ralph Vatalaro, President at AES. “We appreciate Clear Comfort bringing its superior water quality to Ability360 and the people they serve.”

With Clear Comfort’s award-winning AOP, the winning aquatic facility or organization can provide swimmers and staff with the best, freshest and healthiest water and air quality with up to 90 percent reduction of harmful disinfection by-products. In addition, Clear Comfort’s AOP is third-party proven to safely reduce toxic chemical use and eliminate dangerous, chlorine-resistant microorganisms, such as Cryptosporidium.

“During these uncertain times, caring for our communities is more important than ever,” said Steve Berens, CEO at Clear Comfort. “We are proud to be able to partner with Ability360 to provide the best swimming environment for their clients. The work they do is truly extraordinary.”

If you would like to learn more about Ability360 or make a donation, please visit ability360.org/donate.

To learn more about the Clear Comfort Cares Program, please visit clearcomfort.com/cares-program.

About Clear Comfort
Clear Comfort manufactures and sells pool and spa water disinfection systems to enhance recreational water treatment. Clear Comfort’s award-winning patented hydroxyl-based Advanced Oxidation Process (AOP) technology provides the best swimming experience available with proven, effective and non-toxic treatment. With headquarters and manufacturing based in Colorado, Clear Comfort customers receive a sustainable, “Made in the USA” product. Clear Comfort is a proud Impact Driven™ company delivering healthy, ethical and sustainable solutions to the market. Clear Comfort systems are trusted in leading recreation centers, universities, resorts, water parks, YMCAs, hotels, spas, professional sports teams, homes and more nationwide. For more information about Clear Comfort, please visit clearcomfort.com.

About Ability360
Ability360 is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. Through its comprehensive programs, Ability360 touches the lives of individuals with disabilities and addresses the disability concerns of their family members, co-workers and employers. Ability360 began in 1977 as the Arizona Congress for Action (ACA), a group of people with diverse physical disabilities who launched a grassroots effort to educate the community about disability-related issues in Central Arizona. In 1978, Congress enacted Independent Living Center legislation as part of the amended Rehabilitation Act of 1973. In 1981, Ability360 received funding and began services. With more than 130 staff members, more than 2,500 personal assistants and hundreds of volunteers, Ability360 has offices in Phoenix, Gilbert/Mesa, Glendale, Tucson, Coolidge, and Prescott Valley, and provides services throughout Maricopa, Pima, Pinal, and Gila Counties. To learn more about Ability360, please visit ability360.org.

About Aquatic Environmental Systems
Aquatic Environmental Systems was founded in 1983 to be a resource for swimming pool and water treatment professionals in the Southwest. From a desk and a telephone in a walk-in closet, we have grown into over 6,000 square feet of space, eleven employees and five service vehicles in Arizona and New Mexico. This has enabled us to better serve a diverse group of professionals in the water treatment and recreational water community in Arizona, New Mexico, El Paso and West Texas. Employing the latest in proven technology, we are able to offer solutions for virtually all of the aquatic recreation and water treatment needs of our partners. With the over 90 years of combined experience of our staff, you can be confident that we will provide solutions that are in your best interests. To learn more about AES, please visit http://www.aes-sw.com.

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