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WATER

Do you know...

  • We have our own artesian well
  • We extract water from the tertiary oligocene aquifer
  • You bathe in spring water in our pools

Water tests

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In 2006, a deep well was drilled to provide Oligocene water from the aquifer located within the Triassic water table to Park Wodny Sopot Sp. z o.o. On 10th September 2016, the Sopot Aqua Park was supplied with water from natural springs. What does that mean, really?
The customers of the Aqua Park bathe in the water from the Oligocene layer.
Park Wodny Sopot is supplied with Oligocene water from the aquifer located within the Triassic water table. The Oligocene layer in Sopot is at the depth of approximately 100 m under the surface. The 116.4-metre deep well allows the Facility to obtain maximum 41m3 of water per hour.
The Oligocene waters are of fine quality due to the isolation of the aquifer from the surface, as well as the lack of any pollutants and significant inflow of pure surface waters from the Kashubian Lake District. pH of the water meets the standards of public swimming pools.
The main place of drainage for the Oligocene water is Gdańsk Bay. In the area of the mine channels the Oligocene water has direct contact with hydraulic waters of Neogene and Quaternary.
The cutting-edge water treatment technology provides a proper water cleanliness level and guarantees the safety of the people enjoying themselves in the water. Regular monitoring of water purity microbiological parameters in our Facility allows us to assess the correctness of the conducted water treatment and disinfection processes.

Latest water control carried out by the State Sanitary and Epidemiological Station in Sopot: September 28 2020
The last water control in swimming pools performed by an accredited laboratory: Report 463809/20/GDY 16.09.2020 r.

Water from the Oligocene level:

  • water from the aquifer located within the Triassic water table
  • the Oligocene layer in Sopot is at the depth of approximately 100 m under the surface
  • the 116.4-metre deep well
  • obtain maximum 41m3 of water per hour

Good water quality thanks to:

  • isolation of the aquifer from the surface
  • the lack of any pollutants
  • significant inflow of pure surface waters from the Kashubian Lake District
  • pH of the water meets the standards of public swimming pools

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Park Wodny Sopot Sp. z o.o. z siedzibą w Sopocie zarejestrowana przez Sąd Rejonowy Gdańsk-Północ w Gdańsku, VIII Wydział Gospodarczy Krajowego Rejestru Sądowego, o kapitale zakładowym 18 450 000 złotych. KRS: 0000018353, REGON: 191828357, NIP: 585-13-53-942.