The EPA has designated January as National Radon Action Month (NRAM) with support from the US Surgeon General. Radonova wants to help with increasing awareness of this cancer-causing radioactive gas by sharing ideas for what you can do: Test your home for radon with an easy home test kit and tell your friends and family about it. Post it on social media. … [Read more...] about January is National Radon Action Month
It is a proven fact that long term radon exposure in homes causes lung cancer in humans. Dogs and cats often spend more time inside the home than their human owners, causing pets to experience more exposure to radon. What Is Radon? Radon is an odorless, colorless gas that is released from the decay of uranium in soil and rocks. It seeps into homes through cracks in the … [Read more...] about Is Radon Harmful to Pets?
Radonova recently attended the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST) International Radon and Vapor Intrusion Symposium in Bellevue, Washington. The symposium featured policy and legislative updates, research reports, expert presentations as well as hundreds of attendees with a focus on the event theme, “Growing our voice, saving our lives." Dr. … [Read more...] about Radonova Presents Radon Industry Research at the International Radon & Vapor Intrusion Symposium
Ventilation is often the most effective remedy for minimizing excessive radon levels in a home or office building. However, radon levels fluctuate over time and can vary significantly throughout the day. Being able to accurately control the amount of ventilation proportional to the radon levels will improve indoor air quality while optimizing energy efficiency. Professional … [Read more...] about Radon and Ventilation: ROBIN Radon Sensor Connects to Fans and Ventilation Controls
October is National Indoor Air Quality Awareness Month. With Americans spending approximately 90% of their time indoors, the need to identify indoor air contaminants is a health priority. Scientific evidence indicates that the air within the home and workplace can be more polluted than the outdoor air of the industrial cities. Exposure to carbon monoxide, molds, mildew, … [Read more...] about National Indoor Air Quality Awareness Month is Time to Test for Radon