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Moss helps reduce chlorine
use at St. Paul pools

Published 09/07/2009, St. Paul Pioneer Press

You’re a swimmer, but you hate all the things that chlorine does to your eyes, skin and hair. What do you do? You head to St. Paul’s Oxford Community Center. Two pools there, as well as ones at the Highland Park Aquatic Center, use naturally grown sphagnum moss as the main ingredient to treat the water, leaving swimmers with a sense they could be in a clean, clear lake.

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