Global Standards - Radon Environmental

Radon Environmental Management Corp.Global Standards


Governing bodies around the globe have established upper limits of safe exposure. The World Health Organization recommends countries adopting a limit of 100 Bq/m³.



Health Canada lowered the guideline of acceptable levels of radon in a house from 800 to 200 Bq/m³. By comparison, the US EPA recommends you fix your home if radon levels exceed 150 Bq/m³.



“Radon-induced lung cancer can be avoided. Test your home and then mitigate elevated concentrations of radon.” – Health Canada