Radon Webinar Series

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As a part of National Radon Action Month,  NC State Extension is partnering with the NC Radon Program to conduct a series of national webinars in January and February of 2020 to bring about greater awareness of radon, health issues, sources, design considerations, and mitigation. Register online for the series.

January topics include:

Jan. 9 – Radon: A Primer for Everyone — Dr. Jonathan Samet, Dean, Colorado School of Public Health

Jan. 16 – Radon Resources for Health Care Providers — Dr. Bill Field, Professor, College of Public Health, University of Iowa

Jan. 21 – ANSI Standards Now Available for Free — Dallas Jones, Executive Director, American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists (AARST)

Jan. 30 – Elevated Radionuclides in Private Wells — Evan Kane, Manager, Wake County NC Groundwater Protection & Wells Program

February topics include:

Feb. 6 – Treatment Systems to Reduce Radon and Radionuclides in Your Well Water — Jay Hyland, P.E., Radiation Control Program, Division of Environmental and Community Health

Feb. 13 – Mitigation Options for High Rise Condominiums from Concrete Emanation — Bill Brodhead, President of WPB Enterprises, Inc.

Feb. 20 – Considerations in Radon Mitigation Standards – a Maine Perspective –Jay Hyland, P.E., Radiation Control Program, Division of Environmental and Community Health

Feb. 27 – School Mitigation Design Considerations — Bill Brodhead, President of WPB Enterprises, Inc.