Take ACTION this January:
1. Read our FAQs about Radon and visit EPA's website for additional information about National Radon Action Month.
2. Test your Home. Several different measurement methods can be used to determine radon levels. Each method has its own advantages and
disadvantages. You can decide which method is best suited for your home.
3. Attend an event. The Oregon Radon Coalition is hosting a Radon forum on January 20th in Portland.
4. Contact us with questions or call 211.
5. Spread the word!
Indoor Radon Risk Levels in Oregon
Radon claims the lives of more than 20,000 people annually in the United States alone.
Hear from a survivor of radon-induced lung cancer to learn what you can do to protect yourself and your family.