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This document is a follow up to White Paper: Radon Mitigation Rebate Options for Canadians, March 2015, which explored opportunities to advance radon mitigation options through home energy audit programs, financing programs and building codes. Based on key findings from the initial white paper, this document was developed as a public resource for mobilizing a plan to take action on radon in any Canadian jurisdiction. Recommended steps, guidance documents and educational resources are included and can be leveraged to strengthen your advocacy efforts. View the Document >
Global News - Okanagan residents urged to take action to reduce radon risk - Mar. 6, 2015
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