I would like to join the study, to test my home
I received my test, now what?

What is Radon?

Radon is an invisible, odourless and tasteless but radioactive gas that is produced in the ground. Normally, it dilutes to virtually nothing in outside air, but our modern homes, schools and workplaces are capturing and concentrating radon to unnaturally high and cancer-causing levels in indoor air.

Why should I care?

Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer amongst Canadians who have never smoked, but exposure is entirely preventable. Sadly, 110,000 Canadians since 2001 were diagnosed with lung cancer despite never having used tobacco. Knowing your home’s radon level is the first step in ensuring that radon is not a lung cancer risk factor for you and your loved ones.

What should I do?

Test your home and work with Canadian scientists to help to defeat this problem. The process is simple. Become a citizen scientist and consent into the Evict Radon national radon study, purchase a radon test device at cost, register it with our team, and place it in the lowest, regularly occupied level of your home for 90 days or more.


No Results