Indoor Air Quality: Integral to In-Person Learning
With in-person learning being pushed back in many school districts, indoor air quality can be an answer to getting back to normal safely and quickly.
Several charter schools have implemented Needlepoint Bipolar Ionization (NPBI) in their facilities to combat COVID-19 specifically, as well as other pathogens, in their HVAC systems. Funds from the CARES Act can be used to cover the cost.
We’ll go through the science of how NPBI works, case studies proving its efficacy, and ways to not only fund the installation of indoor air quality technology, but reduce overall facility operating costs for years to come.
Climate Engineering is a member of the League Marketplace and values its relationships within the charter school community. We provide HVAC and facilities solutions designed to reduce operating costs and create comfortable learning and work environments.