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The EPA can provide radon measurement services to help you protect yourself and your family against the potentially harmful effects of radon gas.
Radon can be a health hazard in enclosed spaces and it is important that you test your home for radon gas.
The radon level in a house can be measured simply and inexpensively. We can supply you with two small testing devices, also known as detectors. These are placed in your home for three months before being returned to our testing laboratory for processing.
The detectors need to stay in your home for three months to give an accurate reading of radon levels. This procedure can be carried out entirely by post and there is no need for anyone to visit your house.
We have produced a brochure to give you all the information you need about radon in your home and what can be done to reduce your risk.
To apply for a radon test for your home you can use our quick and easy online application and payment method. Alternatively, you can download, print and fill in an application form for your home and post or fax it to us.
The only way to confirm the radon level in your workplace is with a specialised measurement. The EPA can provide this testing service.
Radon has long been recognised as a potential hazard in underground workplaces such as caves and mines. However, any workplace can have elevated radon levels, and it is the employer’s legal responsibility to protect the workforce against its harmful effects.
The Radon in Workplaces brochure outlines employers’ responsibilities and the steps they can take to protect workers. In addition, our Guidance Notes should be consulted when planning radon surveys in large or complex workplaces.
To apply for a radon test for your workplace you can use our quick and easy online application and payment method.
Alternatively, you can download, print and fill in an application form for your workplace and post or fax it to us.
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