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Record levels of interest in European Radon Week 2020

Interest in "European Radon Week" has surpassed all previous levels, making it one of the standout dates in the calendar for national authorities, the scientific radon community, industry and all other experts interested in radon. The conference, held in Vienna from 24-28 February, has been sold out for many months. The event is supported by the European Radon Association (ERA), the European Commission and Europe's largest radon project, MetroRADON.  This year's…
Thomas Chauvin
February 18, 2020
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Radonova receives excellent results from PHE for validation test

Radonova Laboratories has received exceptional results in a radon measurement validation test carried out by Public Health England (PHE) – an executive agency of the Department of Health and Social Care in the UK. The latest test follows on from a comparative test conducted by PHE in May last year where again Radonova achieved industry leading results. PHE’s comparative reference tests are widely recognised as being one of the most demanding in the industry.  PHE's validation test indicates that Radonova has minor deviations from the respective…
Thomas Chauvin
February 4, 2020
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Alberta and Saskatchewan 2nd most radon-exposed populations

Alberta and Saskatchewan 2nd most radon-exposed populations on Earth claims latest research  A University of Calgary-led study has found that the Western North American Prairie provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan are the 2nd most radon-exposed populations on Earth, just behind Poland. The study generated many interesting findings, one of the most concerning being that radon levels in North American residential environments may be increasing,…
Thomas Chauvin
January 21, 2020
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Radonova launches ROBIN2 – a professional radon sensor with high sensitivity

Radonova Laboratories has launched a new version of ROBIN, broadening its range of radon measurement technologies. The latest version of ROBIN is twice as sensitive as its predecessor and includes an improved response function for optimum compliance with rapid changes in radon levels. ROBIN is a state-of-the-art radon sensor that can be deployed as a fixed installation in smart homes…
Thomas Chauvin
January 7, 2020
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Interview with Weston Jacques of Evict Radon

In this Expert Interview we talk to Weston Jacques, Executive Director of Evict Radon – a new non-profit organization dedicated to radon awareness and testing across Canada via a University of Calgary research study. During our conversation, Weston discusses the evolution of the Evict Radon campaign and how it is expanding this year… How did the project come about? Evict…
Thomas Chauvin
December 17, 2019
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Radonova launches Polish division, reinforcing European expansion strategy

Radonova Laboratories continues to expand with the announcment of a new division in Poland. Based on its strategy of appointing local specialists and partners to manage specific territories, Radonova continues to remain at the forefront of increasing awareness of the health risks associated with radon exposure, while also providing reliable, accredited measurement services. As in many other European countries, Polish…
Thomas Chauvin
November 22, 2019
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Take Action on Radon and Radonova Collaborate on 100 Radon Test Kit Challenge

Radonova, the global leader in radon measurement, is proudly partnering with Take Action on Radon to supply Radtrak² radon gas detectors for the 100 Radon Test Kit Challenge. What is the 100 Radon Test Kit Challenge? The objective of the campaign is to gather more information about radon concentrations across Canada to increase knowledge and better understand concentration levels. The…
Thomas Chauvin
November 12, 2019
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New calculator simplifies radon measurement in the workplace

To coincide with the start of the radon measurement season, Radonova has launched a web application that makes it easier to calculate how many radon detectors are required to measure radon in the workplace. Due to national radiation protection laws which were introduced across Europe in 2018, there is now a legal requirement to measure radon levels in workplaces. The…
Thomas Chauvin
November 5, 2019