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Radon Leaders

Get your radon program an award from EPA

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The latest round of Clean Air Excellence awards has opened. Radon programs and projects can apply. Due date is Sept. 25th. The Georgia radon program won this in 2007:


This awards program annually recognizes and honors both individuals and organizations that have undertaken the risks of innovation, served as pioneers in their fields, and have helped to improve air quality. The program is open to both public and private entities in the United States. EPA accepts entries in five award categories and two special award categories:

  • Clean Air Technology
  • Community Action
  • Education/Outreach
  • Regulatory/Policy Innovations
  • Transportation Efficiency Innovations
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How long have you worked on radon?

Less than a year
5% (4 votes)
1 to 5 years
35% (27 votes)
5 to 10 years
22% (17 votes)
10 to 20 years
23% (18 votes)
Over 20 years!
15% (12 votes)
Total votes: 78

National Radon Training Conference & International Radon Symposium

National Radon Training Conference & International Radon Symposium

The 2008 International Radon Symposium and 18th National Radon Training Conference are fast approaching. AARST, CRCPD, and US EPA will build on the Radon Leaders Saving Lives Campaign launched last year, sharing strategies and tools to meet the goal of doubling the number of lives saved from radon-induced lung cancer in the next five years. We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas in September!