2 edition of Indoor radon in New York State found in the catalog.
Indoor radon in New York State
|Statement||by Charles Laymon, Charles Kunz, Lawrence Keefe.|
|Contributions||Kunz, C. O. 1935-, Keefe, Lawrence.|
|LC Classifications||TD885.5.R33 L39 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||91621577|
The WHO handbook on indoor radon is a key product of the WHO International Radon Project, which was launched in The handbook focuses on residential radon exposure from a public health point of view and provides detailed recommendations on reducing health risks from radon as well as policy options for preventing and mitigating radon exposure.. The material in this handbook reflects the. * Radon first gained national attention in early , when extremely high levels of indoor radon were found in areas of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York^ along the • Reading Prong-physiographic province EPA established a Radon Program in to assist States and homeowners m reducing their risk of lung cancer from indoor radon.
The U.S. average radon-in-air level in single family homes is pCi/L. Indoor radon levels are very important because of the percentage of time we spend indoors. The only way to determine how much radon is in the area is to test for it. The EPA states that any radon exposure carries some risk; no level of radon exposure is always safe. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The percent of homes with indoor radon concentrations greater than or equal to 4 pCiA is being estimated for the towns and cities in New York State. A methodology is being developed to combine indoor measurement data with radon potential estimates based on surficial geology.
Radon causes lung cancer, and an estimated one in 15 homes has elevated levels of the invisible, odorless the American Lung Association . New York residents can get radon test kits from the New York State Department of Health, for a fee of $ To learn more about radon and radon testing, fixing your radon problem, radon .
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Indoor radon in New York State: Distribution, sources, and controls: technical reportAuthor: Charles Laymon. Map of Radon Zones in New York based on Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) data.
Back to Radon Zones in the United States. Radon zones: Zone 3 (20 counties) Zone 2 (13 counties) Zone 1 (34 counties) Highest Potential: counties have a predicted average indoor radon. * Radon is estimated to cause ab lung cancer deaths per year, according to EPA's Assessment of Risks from Radon in Homes (EPA R).
The numbers of deaths from other causes are taken from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control Report and National. Radon in Water Federal Guidelines and Proposed Regulations [collapse collapsed] Radon in Water Quiz Which is responsible for more deaths in the U.S.
each year. A) Radon in drinking water C) Drunk driving B) Radon in indoor air D) Fires and drownings [collapse collapsed] Answer B) Radon in indoor air [/collapse] [collapse collapsed] Why do surface-water reservoirs have a low.
Radon Test Results by Town: Beginning in ; Radon Test Results Map by County: Beginning in ; Radon Levels by County, October ; Radon Levels by Town, October ; Detailed New York State Town Maps and Tables - These maps and data tables use measurement data, as well as other information, such as local geology.
The indoor radon geometric mean concentration and geometric standard deviation of the mean were estimated for all towns in New York State, using both empirical and Bayesian regression techniques to combine surficial geology correlations with the measurement data.
State Radon Officer Jerry Collins () () NY State Department of Health River Street, Flannigan Square, Room Troy NY, Our affordable & professional services bring radon safety into any home or business. All of our work is installed to meet the EPA’s Radon Mitigation Standards and local building codes.
We guarantee to lower the indoor radon level to below the EPA’s recommended level of pCi/L although we usually achieve closer to 1 pCi/L long-term.
Radon Mitigation Standards for Schools and Large Buildings (RMS-LB ) Exit This new American National Standard addresses the complexities of properly mitigating radon in large and complicated building structures that require specialized techniques and quality assurance to address complicated building designs and specialized airflow.
Abstract Sources for indoor radon including radon from soils and rock infiltrating the substructure of a home and radon from water usage, building materials, outside air, and burning natural gas ar.
To increase radon awareness among residents the New York State (NYS) Department of Health (DOH) has been distributing indoor radon detectors sinceand has amassed overlong- and short-term measurements. Current Indoor Radon Studies In New York State. Michael ~ittol*~ and John re en" 1.
Wadsworth Center, PO BoxNew York State Department of Health, Albany, NY School of Public Health, State University of New York, Albany, NY ABSTRACT.
Three. Three indoor radon studies to raise awareness among New York State residents have targeted real-estate transactions, school administrators, and the Internet. A survey of real-estate offices and recent home buyers established that most indoor radon information is provided by home inspectors.
Since the New York State Department of Health has maintained an ongoing program of distributing radon detectors upon request to residents of New York State. As of Dec. 31, indoor International Radon Symposium 11 - Conference: Indoor radon in New York State schools.
Indoor radon in New York State schools. Full Record; Other Related Research. Radon Information and Resources by State. The data on the pages accessible below have been collected from Air Chek, Inc., the US EPA, and various state and county health departments.
Links open in new tabs. For a broader picture of radon levels, visit our interactive map. Buy Indoor radon in New York State: Distribution, sources, and controls: technical report by Laymon, Charles (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles Laymon.
Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking, according to a recent report from the National Academy of Sciences.
Radon in indoor air is estimated to cause ab lung cancer deaths each year in the United States. Smokers are at higher risk of developing radon. The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Three indoor radon studies to raise awareness among New York State residents have targeted real-estate transactions, school administrators, and the Internet.
A survey of real-estate offices and recent home buyers established that most indoor radon information is provided by home inspectors. A quarter of the houses in three upstate counties and 5 percent of all houses in New York State, have radon levels above the Federal safety standard, according to a study by the State .Get this from a library!
Influence of surficial soil and bedrock on indoor radon in New York State homes: task II, subtask II of an investigation of infiltration and indoor air quality in New York State homes. [Wadsworth Center for Laboratories and Research.; New York State Energy Research and.
Others, like New Jersey, require new schools to use radon-resistant building materials but most, like New York, lack any mandates at all for radon testing in schools. For more information on radon.