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If radon levels of over 100 Bq/m3 have been measured in your residence, radon mitigation measures should be implemented in order to reduce these levels. Radon levels should be as low as reasonably achievable and always under 200 Bq/m3…
The Norwegian Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (DSA) recommends that radon measurements should be performed in all residential dwellings. The Radiation Protection Regulations stipulates limits for the levels of radiation permitted in residentia…
Radon down to low levels poses a risk for lung cancer. Remedial measures and radon prevention in new building should be promoted to bring the radon level indoors as low as reasonably achievable according to new recommendations from the Nordic radiati…
Radon is a radioactive inert gas that is formed when uranium decays. Norway is among the countries in the world where indoor radon reaches its highest concentrations.
“Reducing the average concentration of radon in European countries”: a common
objective shared by National Authorities which met in Montrouge (France) under the
initiative of the French Nuclear Safety Authority (ASN) and the Norwegian…
Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority (NRPA) and Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN, France) are organizing an international radon conference «Radon & Society – from knowledge to action» 11th and 1…
Radon is a radioactive gas, which is continually produced from the element uranium which is present in the bedrock. Radon can enter buildings from the soil.
This report presents conclusions of an International workshop on radon national action plan. The workshop was organized in connection to radon requirements in EU Directive 2013/59/Euratom.
The first intercomparison on natural radioactivity under field conditions was held in the old uranium mine of ENUSA in the municipality of Saelices el Chico (Salamanca, Spain) from 23rd to 27th of May 2011.
Rapporten presenterer TADTAC-metoden for analyse av overeksponert sporfilm. TADTAC er en metode for å beregne radonkonsentrasjonen på grunnlag av at det totale arealet av spor på en sporfilm, og ikke antall individuelle spor som er vanlig ved standardmetoden.
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