radon exposure limits: Radon, how much can I take? (Part 2 of 3) - 03/09/17 10:08 PM
Better said, how much radon can I tolerate in my home's basement or crawlspace?
According to the World Health Organization,  the annual allowable dose is 100 Bq/m³ or 100 becquerels per cubic meter. In the USA the standard is 150 Bq/m³. In Canada it's 200 Bq/m³. 
Since I'm Canadian, I will refer to my national guidelines below. 
Below 200 Bq/m³, then no further action is required Between 200 and 600 Bq/m³, then it's recommended that mitigation be applied within 2 years Over 600 Bq/m³, apply mitigation within a year A radon test kit can be purchased for $30 from your regional or national lung association or alternatively get it online from … (2 comments)

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