Apr 10, 2014
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment increased the risk level of 12 counties. All 64 counties are now considered high risk.
Dec 26, 2012
Radon gas is a cancer-causing nuisance that inhibits many homes and buildings in the United States. In 2013, the federal government will launch their counter-attack against this killer. January, 2013 has been named "National Radon Action Month."
Sep 03, 2012
S.W.A.T. Environmental has made The Inc. Magazine list of fastest growing companies in the U.S. This is an accomplishment that no other radon mitigation company has ever achieved. Selling franchises will take this $12Million company to the next level
Dec 11, 2011
SWAT Radon Mitigation (Smoke, Water, Air & Trauma evironmental professionals) is recommending that all homes are tested for the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. - Radon Gas. Radon gas causes 22,000 deaths every year.
Sep 10, 2011
October, 2011: "Americans are reminded to check their homes for an invisible killer: Radon," states radon mitigator Ross Aton. The United States Surgeon General has declared that the week of October 17-24 will be National Radon Awareness/Testing Week
Jun 08, 2010
To reduce your homes radon levels, call 952-935-2118. Air Quality Control is Minneapolis MN & St. Paul Minnesota's leading installer of radon remediation and mitigation systems. Radon reduction and abatement is their specialty. Call 1-800-NO-RADON.
Apr 15, 2010
To reduce your homes radon levels, call 734-971-0446. Air Quality Control is Ann Arbor and Southeast Michigan's leading installer of radon remediation and mitigation systems. Radon reduction and abatement is their specialty. Call 1-800-NO-RADON.
Jan 13, 2010
Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Nearly 8 million U.S. homes have dangerous levels of radon gas. January, National Radon Action Month, is the ideal time to test your home. Radon gas causes 100,000 deaths globally each year!
Dec 22, 2009
High levels of radon gas have been found throughout Maryland. Some of the problem areas are Columbia, Parkville, Pasadena, Gaithersburg, Annapolis, Glen Burnie, Potomac, Clarksville, Jarrettsville, Crofton, and Lanham. For Details, call 410-381-1557.
Sep 22, 2009
The World Health Organization has released their Handbook on Indoor Radon which strongly validates the worldwide threat of exposure to radon gas. WHO now suggests that homeowners take action when radon levels exceed 2.7 pCi/l.