Links

There is an absolute ton of information out there on the internet regarding RADON and the potentials for testing, mitigation and much more. 

It seems to us to be reduncdant to reproduce it all so here are a few links that will be helpful in finding out way more than you probably want ot know about Radon Gas.  A bunch of this stuff comes from the nations leader in Radon Information - Kansas State Radon Program coordinated by KSU. Call 800-SOS-RADON

General Information:

EPA Information:  

www.epa.gov/radon

EPA Indoor Air Quality Publications:

www.epa.gov/radon/pubs/index.html

Kansas State University Radon Program - National Radpon Program Services:

www.sosradon.org

EP Fact Sheets:

www.epa.gov/radon/pdfs.402-r-03-003

BIER VI Study - Health Effects of Exposure to Radon:

www.nap.edu/openbook.php?record_id=5429

AIRCHEK for nationwide recorded radon test results:

www.radon.com/radon/radon_results.html

EPA - Building Radon Out Technical Guide:

www.epa.gov/radon/pdfs/buildradonout.pdf

Radon Certification Programs and Induxtry Associations

AARST-NRPP - American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists/

                         National Radon Proficiency Program - a National Radon Certification Program:

www.aarst-nrpp.com/wp/certification/

National Radon Safety Board (another National Radon Certification Program):

www.nrsb.org

Council of Radon Control Program Directors:

www.crcpd.org

Ohio Department of Health Radon:

www.odh.ohio.gov/odhprograms/rp/radlic/radon.aspx

Ohio Radon Information Systems ( at University of Toledo):

www.aprg.utoledo.edu/radon

Radon related training

For information regarding certification training or Continuing Education training see the
Spruce training site at
sprucetraining.talentlms.com.

Radon Professional Organizations

AARST - American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists:

www.aarst-nrpp.com

Ohio Association of Radon Professionals (the Ohio Chapter of AARST):

www.theoarp.com

If there is a question that you have that is not resolved by visiting one of these internet sites
call David at 440/213-7115 and I'll be glad to discuss it with you.
David is the radon professional determined to save lives by eliminating avoidable radon exposure.