Blue Lagoon Dyed Black to Deter Swimmers
Updated: Oct 31
“A Blue Lagoon at a disused quarry in the Peak District has been dyed black in an attempt to try and deter swimmers,” reports: The Telegraph
“The local council took the step after finding people were unable to resist the pool’s turquoise waters – despite the fact that it was almost equivalent to swimming in bleach.”
The PH levels at a swimming pool are maintained between 7.0 and 7.8, the levels at the Blue Lagoon were as high as 11.3 with bleach having a level of 12.3.
The quarry pool at Harpur Hill, near Buxton, Derbeyshire – known locally as the Blue Lagoon has now been dyed black to deter swimmers.