- A naturally occurring radioactive gas in the environment.
- We can’t see, taste or smell it.
- Inhaled radon particles can overtime increase risk for lung cancer.
- You can test for radon in indoor air and drinking water.
- There are ways to reduce radon levels in the home!
For more information on radon check out the sites below:
For more information on radon in drinking water visit the CDC's website here.
Radon test kits for indoor air can be purchased at local home improvement stores. Please call ahead to check availability.
For any additional questions please contact Newtown Health District at 203-270-4291 or email: email@example.com