In response to the Village of Lombard’s Proclamation that January is Radon Action Month, Radonova teamed up with Lombard during their Fall Blood Drive to help raise awareness about radon testing in the community. "We wanted to thank blood donors for donating blood and Lombard for recognizing Radon Action Month," says Joseph Gould, Digital Marketing and Sales Representative … [Read more...] about Radonova Collaborates with Village of Lombard to Raise Awareness About Radon Testing
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
The biggest cost of radon measurement in the workplace is usually the amount of time it takes for deployment and collection of the radon detectors. Therefore, it pays to do it correctly from the start. If not, performing remeasurements can be costly. With experience from thousands of workplace measurements from many countries, Radonova has been able to recognize these five … [Read more...] about Radon Measurement Mistakes in the Workplace
Radon exposure at the lowest actionable level is the same as 200 chest x-rays per year or 8 cigarettes per day. Knowing numbers related to radon levels in your home or workplace is the first step to preventing lung cancer and other diseases. From radon’s (Rn) atomic number on the periodic table of 86 to the 226,000 number of radon related lung cancer deaths worldwide every … [Read more...] about Do You Know Your Radon Numbers?
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