St. Catharines libraries now lend carbon dioxide monitors


Published April 25, 2023 at 8:15 am

The downtown central branch of the St. Catharines Public Library.

Concerned about carbon dioxide levels inside your St. Catharines home? The library has your back – and your air quality.

A donation by the Community Access to Ventilation Information has lead to a lending program partnership between the four city libraries and Niagara Region Public Health to bring 10 new carbon dioxide monitors that can be lent to the public.

For those who have never used the monitors, each one comes with a guide on how to correctly use it and interpret the readings.

Each monitor can be lent out for a week, enough to give homeowners reassurance that their levels are either fine or whether they should purchase one to continually measure the levels in their homes.

To place a hold on one of the 10 monitors, check HERE

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