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The risks of radon in homes 

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates that radon causes about 21,000 lung cancer deaths in the United States each year. About 1 in 15 U.S. homes is estimated to have radon levels at or above this EPA action level…..read more

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British Columbia Lung Association to Provide Radonova’s Test Kits for Home, Workplace and School Radon Monitoring. 

Through its partnership with Radon Environmental, the British Columbia Lung Association (BCLA) is providing Radonova’s radon detectors to consumers to offer a fast, efficient, and accurate way to find out if your home, school or workplace has potentially hazardous indoor radon levels. The detectors supplied by the BCLA gives the public the option of choosing either a short or long-term test kit. All test kits provided are recognized by Health Canada and C-NRPP certified. This news follows on from The Lung Association – Ontario also announcing that it would be offering Radonova’s state-of-the-art radon monitors to the general public.

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Indiana Legislation Passed

Congratulations to Indiana! The governor signed a requirement for the inclusion of radon-related information in an IAQ guide for schools.

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What’s to know about radon poisoning?

In this article, we will examine what radon poisoning is, its symptoms, how to test for the effects of radon, and how to minimize exposure.

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Condo Radon: Found Above the Ground Floor 

Think you’re safe from radon in your condo high above ground? You’re not. Stealthy radon gas can seep out of concrete floors and ceilings, too.

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A Citizen’s Guide to Radon: The Guide to Protecting Yourself and Your Family from Radon