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Radon Exposure in your Home
Radon and Indoor Air Program
- For Florida Information: 850-245-4288 or 800-543-8279
Florida Department of Health
Bureau of Environmental Health, Radon Program
4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A08
Tallahassee, FL 32399-7017
Radon may be a problem in your home
In some areas of Florida, one out of two homes has excessive amounts of radon. Floridians are exposed to concentrated radon gas as it enters their building. The Florida Department of Health, in conjunction with the local county public health units, is working to support Floridians as they protect themselves from radiation exposure from radon gas.
Florida is aggressive in its policies attacking unnecessary radon exposure to the public. Florida is in the forefront in consumer protection concerning radon issues. The state has required radon measurement and reduction companies and personnel to be certified since 1989. Florida has a mandatory radon testing program for various public facilities, such as public and private schools, day care centers, and 24-hour care facilities such as nursing homes and hospitals. This public testing information allows Floridians to make informed decisions in the care and education of their loved ones.
In Florida businesses and individuals performing radon services must be certified by the Radon Program. This website provides important information from the EPA, as well as radon resistant construction in Florida.
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