It’s vital that people across the world understand the dangers of radon. Here we share our stories about how radon action are playing a pivotal role.
Radon Action are delighted to announce that we are partnering with the UKs only dedicated lung cancer charity by providing radon risk management services for their properties as well as corporate donations to the charity. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and businesses inside Radon Affected Areas are required to complete [...]
This year's national campaign focuses on exposure to radon for children and the inherent risks of developing lung cancer in later life. In support of the Radon Awareness Week we are now offering heavily discounted costs for schools and nurseries who are yet to complete a radon risk assessment. For further information please get in touch [...]
Radon Action continue to support cancer related charities through our annual customer donation scheme. Rather than making corporate gifts, every year we ask our customers whether they would like us to donate to a cancer related charity that is close to their hearts. In 2017 we donated to Cancer Research, Action Medical Research and Macmillan Cancer Support [...]
You can’t smell it, see it or taste it but it’s the second highest cause of lung cancer. Radon gas can build up to levels that create a lung cancer risk but it’s a scientific fact that levels of radon get much worse in winter. This is because as the outside temperature reduces this affects [...]
Radon Action are delighted to be promoting our services with support from Wakefield City Council’s Business Support Team. Wakefield, and wider parts of West Yorkshire are known radon hotspots and with the Council’s support we are working hard to raise awareness about lung cancer risks in this region. Radon Action have featured in a number [...]
We were once again delighted to attend and participate in the National Radon Forum on 9th November 2016 at Public Health England’s Head Office. The event coincided with Radon Awareness Week and European Radon Day, held in memory of Marie Curie who discovered radon over 100 years ago. Highlights from the event included clarity on [...]