Natural swimming pools must have ample space on the property to accommodate plants that will serve as a filter system; some design experts peg the plant bed to be roughly 50%of the entire pool area. Blair recommends sloping the pool to protect against cave-ins on a ratio of one-foot drop per three feet of length. Plan ahead with defining the swimming and plant zones and put in the plants depending on root depth.
A reputable NJ pool company like Tranquility Pools will recommend machine solutions to add efficiency for something like a natural swimming pool. An underwater pumping and aeration system works in helping circulate water and air all over the area and assists the plants’ filtration process.