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Educational Radon Videos

Learn Why Radon Gas is a Threat

The impact of radon on our health is a growing concern across the country. Many states have adopted radon awareness weeks and the EPA recognizes January as National Radon Action Month. At SWAT Environmental, we are dedicated to educating as many people as possible about the negative effects of radon on the air we breathe.

There is a lot of media coverage about radon and the harmful effects it can have on the body and we want to ensure all of that resourceful information is available to you. Please find a series of educational videos about radon below.

For additional information, please see – Radon Resources, Radon FAQs, Radon Facts, Radon Testing, and Radon for Homeowners.

Radon in the News

Radon Awareness

Radon is a topic that is growing in concern across the United States. A number of states have adopted a radon awareness month to help inform people about the dangers of over exposure to radon gas as well as waterborne radon. No matter where you live, radon exposure is a concern that should not be taken lightly. Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer second to only smoking and is known as the silent killer because this clear, odorless gas continues to seep into the air we breathe in homes and workplaces, undetected. Knowledge is power. Our goal is to provide as much information regarding radon exposure so you can take steps to protect your loved ones.

Radon Awareness Video

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The EPAs Elizabeth Cotsworth discusses radon testing and mitigation.
NFL Player Chester Pitts tells homeowners about the dangers of Radon

To learn more about radon, check out Radon Resources, Radon FAQs, Radon Facts, Radon Testing, and Radon for Homeowners.