Radon as a radioactive, colourless and odourless inert gas. As it is a gas, it can move easily through bedrock and soil and escape into the outdoor air, or seep into a home or building. The only way to know if a home or building has a high radon concentration is to measure the radon concentration.

Health Canada recommends long-term radon testing to determine if the radon concentration exceeds the Health Canada Guideline level of 200 Bq/m3. A test duration of at least 91 days is recommended and 12 months is optimum.

For more information about radon and the guideline, visit the Health Canada Website , Canadian – National Radon Proficiency Program , or Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

 

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Last update: November, 2017