Information About Radon
We understand that the amount of information available to you about radon can be overwhelming at first. Below you will find expert resources for radon and radon mitigation information. These resources are valuable to our homeowners, business owners and serve as a great resource for real estate professionals to use as reference for your prospective clients.
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Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Information from the EPA regarding radon and radon gas risks and guidelines. From health risks of radon for individuals and your family to resources for builders and contractors about radon construction basics.
AccuStar Radon Laboratory
Professional radon laboratory services offering radon testing kits for air and water quality testing. Get radon test kits and check your radon testing results as well as find radon resources about radon gas.
Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Learn about radon gas and how exposure can lead to health concerns, how to protect yourself from the dangers of radon gas and the national action plan released November 9, 2015.
World Health Organization (WHO)
Key facts about radon and radon gas effects. The World Health Organization’s role is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations.
National Cancer Institute
Learn how radon was discovered by scientists and what the relationship is between radon and lung cancer. Learn how you can determine the levels of radon in your home.
CanSar – Cancer Survivors Against Radon
Cancer Survivors Against Radon, Inc. is a 501c(3) organization supported by the amazon.com Smile Program. Help support radon awareness and CanSar in the fight against radon gas.
American Lung Association
Leading the way to help all Americans breathe easier. America’s trusted choice for lung health education and lung disease research. Find out about radon gas.
American Cancer Society
For over 100 years, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer. Read about radon and cancer from the American Cancer Society.
American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST) & National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP)
Best practices for radon measurement and mitigation leading the radon community in scientific inquiry, communication and radon risk reduction.