How Schools Can Take Advantage of Funds for HVAC Improvements

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Through Section 313 of the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, Congress approved $82 billion for the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund to make adjustments to help deal with the pandemic including updates and maintenance to HVAC equipment.

Under this bill, schools will be able to inspect, test, maintain, repair, replace, or upgrade their HVAC systems with the intention to improve indoor air quality in school facilities. These Section 313 funds can be used for HVAC systems, filtering, purification and other air cleaning, fans, control systems, and window and door repair and replacements.

All public and charter schools are eligible to receive these funds.

The funds were transferred from the federal government to state governments at the end of January and states are expected to provide the funds directly to the school districts to use the funds for approved purposes including HVAC projects.

States have one year to spend these funds before they will be returned to the federal government. We recommend Bipolar Ionization provided by Global Plasma Solutions to reduce the pathogens from the air supply through the HVAC system and thus reducing the spread of pathogens to help combat COVID-19.

Please contact us to discuss designing your system using GPS bipolar ionization technology.

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