According to the current Canadian guideline, the radon concentration should be no greater than 200 becquerels per cubic metre (200 Bq/m^3) for indoor air in dwellings. Radon exposure higher than the guideline presents a health risk. It is up to the home-owner to determine which radon concentration (below the Canadian guidelines, of course) they are willing to accept. Learn more about how you can test for radon in your home.
The building show is North America's leading networking and educational event! The show has been running for over thirty years!
It is a place where project management professionals and experts (in all fields such as design, construction, renovation, etc.) all come together to learn, lead, and feel empowered.
This year, we are sponsoring the networking lounge. So do not miss this opportunity to network with us and grab a few drinks along the way. We'd love to chat with you!
P.S. We can be found at the exhibitor booth #739
Do you know what Radon is? It is a radioactive gas that is naturally found when the uranium in rock and soil break down. When radon is released in an indoor environment (such as inside homes) is highly problematic because it accumulates to high concentrations which can be a risk to human health. Here's what you should know about Radon gas.