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Radon in Well Water

If your drinking water comes from a well or other underground source, then it could contain radon. If you have a private well, we recommend testing your air first and if that result is high, then test your drinking water.  

How to test your water

UGA offers testing for radon in water through the UGA Agricultural & Environmental Services Laboratories (AESL).  Visit the AESL website to see a map of radon in water test results in Georgia and for water sampling instructions and submission forms.

For more information on radon in water, visit the EPA website.