May 25, 2020
Apartment Buildings Rush to Improve Air Quality Ahead of a Summer Spent Indoors
By: VIRGINIA K. SMITH
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“At our residential properties, we are looking into installing enhanced air filtration and ultraviolet lights throughout gyms, spas, elevators and other common areas and amenities spaces for sanitation purposes, and to kill any airborne mold, bacteria and viruses,” said David Martin, president of Terra, the Miami-based firm behind new residential developments such as Botaniko, Park Grove and Eighty Seven Park. “We’re also looking to install UV lights in the ductwork of the air conditioning units and exploring options on how to integrate these new technologies with our current systems in place.”

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