Inadequate cooling puts 9-1-1 system at risk

05/8/2012 | News Journal (Wilmington, Del.), The

New Castle County in Delaware experienced serious system failures last year because of the heat inside police headquarters, which houses 9-1-1 dispatchers, so the county will spend $500,000 to install a cooling tower to augment its underground system. The emergency center, certified as a green building when it opened in 2007, has a geothermal cooling system that officials say is about half the size needed to adequately cool the building.

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