IT ALL DEPENDS ON WHAT TYPE OF POOL YOU HAVE.CONCRETE,VINYL OR FIBERGLASS.ASK AGAIN I'LL TRY TO CHECK BACK AND ANSWERPool Removal WebsiteHere is a website that documents one person's experience removing a concrete inground swimming pool. There are lots of pictures and other interesting information on the project.
There are couple of ways to remove a pool - complete removal or partial removal. Most people go with partially removing the pool to cut down on the expense. Poolremoval.net has some detailed articles on the process.
http://www.poolremoval.net/procedure/procedure.html . This site also gives you an idea of pool removal cost.
Good luck with your project!
You do not need to remove it.
If your filter is repaired then you can just vacuum the pool.
Remove decking material (concrete, tile, etc....) then the coping is screwed to the pool backing.
I used bleach
Replace the water.
remove the salt
Drain pool and clean with muriatic acid
To remove excess rain water in an inground pool, you likely want to get a filter. You can also install a drain at the very bottom of the pool, but this will need to be closed if there were water in the pool for swimming.
Very carefully, You could try to remove them with a scoop net first. or if the top of the liner is dry vacuum them.