Lompoc (CA) Fire Department Installs $100k Toxin-Reducing System at Both Stations

Lompoc (CA) Fire Department Photo

The Lompoc (CA) Fire Department has installed a new $100,000 system that aims to remove dangerous toxins from the bays at both of its fire stations, reports keyt.com.

The way it works is pipes connect magnetically to the bay and funnel the fumes through a filter system to push them out through the roof, the report says. The pipes attach whenever an engine is running in the bay, officials say.

The system was paid for by the city’s general fund.

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