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Protocol for Conducting Measurements of Radon and Radon Decay Products in Homes

This standard of practice specifies procedures and minimum requirements for measuring radon concentrations in single-family residences for determining if radon mitigation is necessary to protect current and future occupants. This standard applies to homeowners, professionals and any other party seeking to determine if radon mitigation is necessary for real estate or non-real-estate purposes. Limitations - This standard does not address all technical aspects of measurement device technology, quality assurance or techniques to specifically identify radon sources such as radon in water supplies, building materials or relative to the possession and handling of radioactive materials.

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American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists [aarst]

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