Staying COOL at SCHOOL

King, Bobbi
May 2011
Pollution Engineering;May2011, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p28
Trade Publication
The article presents an analysis of a cooling system to control air-borne diseases particularly Legionnaires, a serious disease with 18,000 people being hospitalized each year. It says that a cooling system helps control the temperature inside large buildings. It also mentions that the Dulles High School in Texas was the first school which undergone a water treatment for their cooling system.


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