Radon Protections in New Homes

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Radon Protections in New Homes

Time: January 30, 2018 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: On line
Website or Map: https://register.gotowebinar.…
Phone: 508-444-8835
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Paul Raymer
Latest Activity: Jan 18

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Radon-resistant construction is becoming a focal point in the high performance building industry. Keeping radon out of the house is a key component of the EPA’s Indoor airPLUS Program. This webinar will cover the best techniques to do just that as well as cover new radon policy updates and exceptions in the Indoor airPLUS Construction Specifications.

Learn from seasoned radon expert, Bruce Snead, of the Kansas Radon Program about how to avoid common mistakes in design and installation of a passive system. Bruce is the Director of the Engineering Extension at Kansas State University, which provides technical assistance for EPA to promote public awareness and increased testing and mitigation for radon in homes, multifamily buildings, and schools. You'll also hear about new radon policy updates and exceptions in the Indoor airPLUS Construction Specifications.

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