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How Can I Find Answers to Questions I Have About Radon?

  1. Use our Frequently Asked Questions Database
  2. Look through our publications online, contact one of our hotlines

View Frequent Questions / Ask a Question

Search frequently asked questions or submit your own question or comment in our Frequent Questions Database. In addition to questions and answers relating to indoor environments, you may use this database to find information on any of our topic areas, for example, Asthma, Radon, IAQ Tools for Schools, Mold, Smoke-free Homes, IAQ Design Tools for Schools, and General Indoor Air Quality Issues. You can also use this database to subscribe to any new information or updated information relating to any of the topics that may be posted on our website.

Radon Hotline

1-800-SOSRADON (1-800-767-7236)
Fax: (785) 532-6952
Email: Radon@ksu.edu
Website: www.sosradon.org exiting EPA
Read more about all the services Kansas State University provides.
Learn more about radon resources

Our Location

  • U.S. EPA/Office of Radiation and Indoor Air
    Indoor Environments Division
    1310 L Street, NW 4th Floor
    Washington, DC  20005
  • Write to us at:
    • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
      Office of Radiation and Indoor Air
      Indoor Environments Division
      1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
      Mail Code 6609J
      Washington, DC 20460
Who Should I Contact for Media Inquiries?

For inquiries from the media, contact Molly Hooven  hooven.molly@epa.gov (202) 564-2313. Find a complete list of EPA's Media contacts.


EPA Recent Additions

This page provides access to a listing of some of the recent additions and new materials made available on the EPA Website within the past six weeks.

Test Your Home for Radon — It's Easy and Inexpensive

The U.S. Surgeon General and EPA recommend that all homes be tested.  Read about radon health risks.

Fix your home if you have a radon level of 4 pCi/L or more.
You can test your home yourself or hire a professional. Find a radon service professional near you.

If you have further questions about Radon, please call your State Radon Contact.

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