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EPA ( Exit the TDEC website

The Environmental Protection Agency's website contains information about radon, air quality, water quality, and other issues regarding human health. The site covers a variety of topics and gives information about your specific location. An electronic copy of all the publications the EPA publishes can also be accessed on their website.

USGS ( Exit the TDEC website

The United States Geological Survey website informs readers of geology, biology, mapping, and water. The site provides maps of topography and geology, GIS maps, and weather patterns, among other things. The USGS site also offers some information about karst topography and it's relevance to radon.

NEHA (#) Exit the TDEC website

The National Environmental Health Association provides an updated list of certified measurement operators and mitigators by state. It also includes a checklist for consumers to ensure that they hire the certified individual that best fits their needs. The site provides training information for those seeking to become certified in measurement or mitigation.

NRSB ( Exit the TDEC website

The National Radon Safety Board's website seeks to encourage the highest standards of practice and integrity in radon services through the development of independent standards and procedures for certifying, approving and accrediting radon testers, mitigators, measurement devices, chambers and laboratories. It is an independent, nonprofit organization modeled on the American Board of Health Physics and is governed by a Certification Panel representing different facets of the radon industry, home inspectors, state governments, and consumer interests. Lists of certified testers can be found here, as well as training information for aspiring testers and mitigators.

AARST ( Exit the TDEC website

The American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists website includes a member form that can be printed off and mailed in and a list of members. This nonprofit organization allows you to gain updated educational, technical and professional information about radon.

CRCPD ( Exit the TDEC website

The Conference of Radiation Control Program Directors is a nonprofit professional organization whose primary membership is made up of radiation professionals in state and local government who regulate the use of radiation sources. Other members include individuals with an interest in radiation protection. A "Radon Bulletin" can also be accessed online.

SRRTC (#) Exit the TDEC website

The Southern Regional Radon Training Center (SRRTC) at Auburn University is one of four U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) radon training centers established by Congress in the Radon Abatement Act of 1988. The mission of the centers is to serve local government, industry and the public through education on radon and indoor air quality, examination services, building research and technology transfer. The SRRTC serves the states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas. The Center offers training courses and examinations for radon mitigators and measurement operators in order to become a certified specialist. The Center also offers courses on radon measurement and mitigation in schools, programs for real estate professionals, architects and builders, and courses on indoor air quality. The Center also provides continuing education for the radon proficiency program.

ASHI ( Exit the TDEC website

The American Society of Home Inspectors website allows you to become a member of North America's largest, oldest and most recognized organization for home inspectors. There is information for home buyers, sellers, and professional home inspectors. You can also search for a home inspector.

Indoor Air Quality Clearinghouse
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The Occupational Safety & Health Administration's indoor air quality site allows you to read several different descriptions of indoor air pollution, ranging from formaldehyde to radon.