Each month we publish a newsletter titled IAQ Website of the Month. The excerpt below was originally published in the September 2010 newsletter.
I try to be an equal opportunity educator who highlights all the major IAQ contaminants. Admittedly, radon has received minimal attention in my newsletter, so this month I set things straight.
When it comes to radon websites, one stands head and shoulders above the rest. Three of the most recognized radon organizations (EPA, AARST, CRCPD) created a portal that does it all.
The following sections of the website provide excellent information:
The site also maintains a good discussion forum, but that requires registering on the site. The registration is free but a little time consuming.
If you are thinking about getting into radon assessment or mitigation work, check out the website’s listing of states with licensing requirements.
To visit this month’s featured website, click: www.RadonLeaders.org
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Have Ian, the indoor air nerd, consult on radon issues in your home. Visit the Radon Testing page of our website for more information.