- Statutory reference value for the annual average radon concentration in the air in indoor spaces and at workplaces: 300 Bq/m3
- Measures required in accordance with the general rules of technology for humidity protection are considered suitable preventative measures against the ingress of radon into buildings.
- The radon concentration in the soil vapour may vary between regions and seasons.
- Radon experts help to determine the radon level and position the appropriate measuring devices (exposimeters). Following this they also provide assistance with defining necessary measures.
- Radon is the second most frequent cause of lung cancer after smoking.
- The radioactive noble gas blends with the ambient air outdoors and is therefore quite safe.
- Everyday tip: Aerating thoroughly and regularly reduces the radon concentration.
(Source: Radiation Protection Act)