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S. Korean government to invest US$ 26.6 mil. in developing fine dust management technology for schools Updated: 2019-01-21 15:14:10 KST

The South Korean government is pushing for the development of technologies to tackle fine dust in schools.
The Ministry of Education along with the science Ministry will invest around 26.6 million U.S. dollars over the next five years developing a heat and air management system, and an air quality diagnosis and improvement counseling system for schools.
Part of the investment will also go to finding the causes and characteristics of fine dust and how it affects students' health.
With this plan, the government hopes to make a school-tailored air quality management system that helps improve air quality to the WHO's recommended standards.
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