These organizations are leading the effort to raise radon awareness, expand education and drive advocacy. The research and community programs they have collectively developed over the last 20 years has led to not only increase awareness for radon, but nation and worldwide standards for safe levels of radon.
The 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.
The 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 more about how radon was discovered by scientists, what the relationship is between radon and lung cancer, and how to determine the levels of radon in your home.
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.