The UGA Radon Education Program receives funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency State Indoor Radon Grant Program.
We publish quarterly newsletters on our outreach impact.
- January - March, 2021
- October - December, 2020
- January - March 2020
- October - December 2019
- July - September, 2019
- January - March - 2019
UGA Radon Team
Pamela R. Turner Professor and Extension Housing & Indoor Environment Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org 706-542-9165
Uttam K. Saha Program Coordinator email@example.com 706-542-7690
Derek Cooper Radon Educator firstname.lastname@example.org 706-583-0602
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Radon in Your Water (C 858-16) Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas formed from the decay of uranium and radium found in geologic deposits. Exposure to radon gas most commonly occurs through elevated levels in home air. However, in Georgia and neighboring states there is a lesser, though still significant, risk of exposure to radon dissolved in drinking water. This circular addresses the issues on its occurrence, human exposure pathways, testing, interpretations, and remediation strategies.
Radon Mitigation Dos and Don'ts (C 1065) Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. A radon reduction system (radon mitigation) reduces high levels of indoor radon to acceptable levels. The system most frequently used is a vent pipe system and fan, which pulls radon from beneath the house and vents it to the outside. This publication educated homeowners on what they should do before, during and after a radon mitigation and what they should expect from a radon mitigator. For more information on radon, visit http://www.UGAradon.org or call 1-800-ASK-UGA1.