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Radon Education Kit

Radon Project (University of Georgia Extension)

Radon occurs naturally when uranium breaks down to form radon. Uranium is often found in high concentrations in granite rocky soils, as are common in northern Georgia counties. As radon is released into the soil, it can enter buildings through the foundation and well water, eventually building to dangerous levels.

  • The kit has a circulation period of fourteen (14) days with two (2) renewals.
  • Each radon kit comes with a slip of paper with two (2) QR codes: one leads to a How To video, the other leads  to a website to log results.
  • Radon testing within a home takes two weeks.
Website: extension.uga.edu/programs-services/radon-testing.html
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