LE SUEUR, Minn. (KEYC) — The ionization technology will be installed in the next couple of months in all three of the school district’s buildings.
The system is expected to help keep the air clean and healthy and eliminate any smell that has accumulated in the buildings.
“The ionization technology that we’re putting in is essentially putting in positive and negative ions into the air through our ventilation system, which will then neutralize pathogens and smells/odors. What it does is it changes the proteins in them and collect them into the filters easier than what it would without it,” explained Todd Vrklan, director of buildings and grounds at Le Sueur-Henderson Public Schools.
The school district received the grant from the CARES Act, which was approved and provided by the State.