If the water is too cloudy to see the bottom of the deep end, or if the chlorine or disinfectant does not have a proper concentration, the pool will be closed.
"Generally, we'll try to get back to those pools as soon as we can," Ray said. "As soon as they let us know they have remedied the issue, we'll get them back and open."
The county has 97 pools, most of which are outdoor. There also are pools in hotels, recreational facilities and other public places.
The inspections reveal water chemistry and other information.
"Usually Memorial Day is the traditional opening for outdoor pools," Ray said. "This weekend was rather cool, though. So I'm not sure how much businesses the pools did. They probably will soon."
Wright said the process for inspections is not changing, but the online access will further make individuals aware.
For more information on pool inspections, visit www.healthspace.com/clients/westvirginia/kanawhacharleston/kanawhacharleston_web_live.nsf.
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