Elevated levels of radon gas from concrete used to build homes and condo complex in Georgia

Very interesting news story from Georgia regarding elevated levels of radon gas from concrete used to build homes and a condo complex in Georgia.  I have not heard of anything like this in Maine.  However, it reinforces the importance of testing for radon gas as it is the only way to know if the level in your home, or the home you are in the process of buying, may pose a risk to your health.

http://www.11alive.com/story/news/local/investigations/2015/05/04/radon-georgia-homes/26905539/

Thanks to fellow MeCHIPS member Roger Roy for sharing this news story with me.

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