Radonova becomes part of Europe’s largest radon project
Radonova Laboratories has joined metroRADON, Europe’s largest project studying radon issues and measuring equipment.
The members of metroRADON are the foremost national operators in Europe and include both companies and various universities and research institutions.
As part of the interest group, Radonova will contribute its long experience of radon measurement with passive devices, i.e. various kinds of sensors and radon detectors.
The interest group and project metroRADON stand for ‘Metrology for radon monitoring’. This radon project is funded by EMPIR (the European Metrology Programme for Innovation and Research).
“It is natural for Radonova to play an active part in this interest group. The issue of radon is largely addressed from a global perspective. The exchange of experience and research has a major bearing on each country’s ability to reduce the harmful effects of radon on health,” says Radonova Laboratories’ CEO Karl Nilsson.
“Radonova has been to several meetings of metroRADON during the year and now becomes an active and effective member of the consortium. We intend to contribute valuable knowledge in the field of radon monitoring while taking a closer look at the research and experience from other countries,” says Radonova Laboratories’ radon specialist José-Luis Gutiérrez Villanueva.
For more information on the project, visit www.metroradon.eu.
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