Test for radon and lower your exposure to this harmful gas

November 23, 2022

Exposure to radon gas is a preventable health risk. The only way to know the level of radon gas in your indoor environment is to test for it

We encourage residents living, working and playing in the B.C. Interior region to test for radon in their homes, places of work and indoor leisure environments.

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