The ecological pools use natural purification systems to keep the water at a bioecological balance much more steady and without the need to transform it into an inert system. That is to say that from water circulation and by using a zone for purification, where different filtering substratum and aquatic plants are in charge of oxygenating and purifying water, we can keep the whole system well-balanced.
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