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July 26, 2017
When you take the family to visit a public pool, you’re probably worried about the urine content of the pool, right? What? You weren’t? Well, you’re probably about to be. Luckily for you, science was worried, so they decided to figure it out for some reason. And, like a lot of science, the answer is more than a little disturbing. … In a pool half the size of the first, the researchers reported an estimated 30 liters of pee. Their study was published …in Environmental Science & Technology Letters.