Dayton Metro Library to install air quality improving technology

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Dayton Metro Library

DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) – Dayton Metro Library (DML) announced Tuesday that it is installing technology in all its facilities that will improve air quality. 

According to a press release, the technology will be added to all of their facilities by the end of the year, using CARES Act funding. 

“We’ll all breathe easier when COVID-19 is controlled with a vaccine, but in the meantime this technology kills not only the COVID-19 virus, but also clears other viruses, bacteria and spores from the air, providing healthier Libraries even after the pandemic is over,” said Tim Kambitsch, DML Executive Director.

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