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Public Radon Workshops 2016

Monday November 21, 6:30-7:30 pm, Waverley Library Auditorium

November is Radon Action Month! In the Thunder Bay area, many homes test high for radon, as shown by the recent Radon Prevalence Study conducted by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit. Join us for a free workshop to learn more about radon and how to make sure your home is safe. EcoSuperior Program Coordinator Caroline Cox will discuss what's being done locally to address radon levels. A Q&A session will follow. Refreshments provided. Radon test kits will be for sale at the workshops for $50 (price includes lab fee and return shipping).

You can also purchase radon test kits at our office, at 562 Red River Road at Hill Street. Can't make it to the office or the workshop? You can also purchase test kits online with delivery by mail.

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Public Radon Awareness Workshop 2015 

Thursday November 26, 6-7 pm, Mary J L Black Library Auditorium

or Monday, November 30, 6-7 pm, Waverley Library Auditorium

During Radon Action Month in November, two free workshops will engage community members in learning about and testing for radon gas. Radon is a radioactive and naturally occurring gas that is the leading cause of lung cancer in Canadian non-smokers. Approximately 13% of homes in Thunder Bay test high for radon, almost twice the national average. EcoSuperior Program Coordinator Caroline Cox will deliver a short presentation about radon, which will be followed by a Q&A session with Cox and Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program testing specialist Don Rutledge. Refreshments provided.

- See more at: http://www.ecosuperior.org/radon#sthash.hA1ps45U.dpuf

Public Radon Awareness Workshop 2015 

Thursday November 26, 6-7 pm, Mary J L Black Library Auditorium

or Monday, November 30, 6-7 pm, Waverley Library Auditorium

During Radon Action Month in November, two free workshops will engage community members in learning about and testing for radon gas. Radon is a radioactive and naturally occurring gas that is the leading cause of lung cancer in Canadian non-smokers. Approximately 13% of homes in Thunder Bay test high for radon, almost twice the national average. EcoSuperior Program Coordinator Caroline Cox will deliver a short presentation about radon, which will be followed by a Q&A session with Cox and Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program testing specialist Don Rutledge. Refreshments provided.

- See more at: http://www.ecosuperior.org/radon#sthash.hA1ps45U.dpuf

Public Radon Awareness Workshop 2015 

Thursday November 26, 6-7 pm, Mary J L Black Library Auditorium

or Monday, November 30, 6-7 pm, Waverley Library Auditorium

During Radon Action Month in November, two free workshops will engage community members in learning about and testing for radon gas. Radon is a radioactive and naturally occurring gas that is the leading cause of lung cancer in Canadian non-smokers. Approximately 13% of homes in Thunder Bay test high for radon, almost twice the national average. EcoSuperior Program Coordinator Caroline Cox will deliver a short presentation about radon, which will be followed by a Q&A session with Cox and Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program testing specialist Don Rutledge. Refreshments provided.

- See more at: http://www.ecosuperior.org/radon#sthash.hA1ps45U.dpuf

 

 

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