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Expert Interview with Weston Jacques, Executive Director of Evict Radon

Expert Interview with Weston Jacques, Executive Director of Evict Radon

Press releases   •   Oct 31, 2019 15:00 CET

In this Expert Interview we talk to Weston Jacques, Executive Director of Evict Radon – a new non-profit organization dedicated to radon awareness and testing across Canada via a University of Calgary research study. During our conversation, Weston discusses the evolution of the Evict Radon campaign and how it is expanding this year…

Odd Magne Solheim Appointed for Radonova's Norway Expansion

Odd Magne Solheim Appointed for Radonova's Norway Expansion

Press releases   •   Sep 26, 2019 10:30 CEST

The investment in Norway is part of Radonova's wider plans to enhance its international presence as many regions across the world become increasingly affected by stringent requirements for measuring radon in homes and workplaces.

Radonova Signs Danish Partner Agreement with RadonHuset

Radonova Signs Danish Partner Agreement with RadonHuset

Press releases   •   Sep 19, 2019 10:00 CEST

Radonova Laboratories has signed a partnership agreement with Denmark's leading radon measurement company, RadonHuset, which will enable Radonova to deliver radon detectors to RadonHuset's customers.

Radonova and Durridge partnership brings RAD7 radon and thoron detector closer to European customers

Radonova and Durridge partnership brings RAD7 radon and thoron detector closer to European customers

Press releases   •   Sep 12, 2019 10:30 CEST

Radonova Laboratories and Durridge have signed a reseller agreement where Radonova will make the Durridge RAD7 radon and thoron detector available to the European market.

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Radon Community Gathers in Denver for Annual Symposium

Radon Community Gathers in Denver for Annual Symposium

Blog posts   •   Sep 20, 2019 14:00 CEST

Radonova reflects on the hugely successful 33rd Annual 2019 International Radon Symposium and Trade Show, hosted by the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technicians (AARST).

How many radon detectors are needed to measure a workplace?

How many radon detectors are needed to measure a workplace?

Blog posts   •   Jul 03, 2019 08:10 CEST

Since the EU's new radiation protection directive (2013/59/Euratom) came into force in 2018, it is mandatory that employers should be aware of radon levels in the workplace. The new directive has entailed new national laws in member states, which has resulted in an increasing number of workplaces measuring radon levels.

Introducing Radonova’s Newest Product – ROBIN

Introducing Radonova’s Newest Product – ROBIN

Blog posts   •   May 09, 2019 15:00 CEST

Earlier in the year, Radonova took the strategic decision to broaden its range of radon measurement technologies.

Guide to radon monitoring in the workplace

Guide to radon monitoring in the workplace

Blog posts   •   Dec 12, 2018 09:10 CET

To make efficient use of time and arrive at a correct measurement, the person monitoring a workplace should make the following demands of the laboratory where the radon detectors were bought. This applies whether you do the job yourself or use an external consultant. Measurements should be taken with radon detectors from an accredited radon laboratory.

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Radon is harmful

Radon is harmful

Global study confirms the harmful effects of radon A study based on data from 66 countries and presented in Environmental Health Studies ...

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What is radon?

What is radon?

Radon is a form of the radioactive element radium and is a part of the Uranium238 decomposition chain. Radon, which is a ‘noble’ gas, fur...

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About Radon - Summary

About Radon - Summary

Documents   •   Nov 23, 2018 16:39 CET

Radon is a radioactive gas which forms naturally when the Uran238 element decays. In turn, the radon gas decays into radon progeny. Radon progeny are radioactive metal atoms which get caught in our respiratory tracts during inhalation. According to the World Health Organization, WHO, depending on where you live, 3%-14% of all incidences of lung cancer are caused by radon.