The contract is not only for the delivery of detectors, but also for the analysis of radon samples.
As a result, Radonova is delivering materials and services for use on the African continent for the first time.
“This order shows that radon is a global health problem. There’s a growing awareness of this issue in countries that haven’t paid that much attention to this in the past. The IAEA may not be a government authority, but it still has great influence and stringent demands when it comes to quality, reliability and support. We also know that we won this contract in competition with several other players and the IAEA chose us as the best option,” says Karl Nilsson, CEO of Radonova Laboratories.
“Only a few months ago we signed our first co-operation agreement in Asia. Naturally, it’s a pleasure to continue our international expansion into another continent. Regardless of the environment being tested, radon monitoring and analysis must always be carried out safely and reliably,” Nilsson concludes.
For further information on radon and radon monitoring, visit www.radonovalaboratories.com
IAEA stands for the International Atomic Energy Agency. For further information, visit www.iaea.org