The 6th annual Radon Forum Northwest was a success, filling two meeting rooms at the Camas Public Library. The audience listened to presentations by experts in the fields of geology, health, radon testing, and mitigation design, as well as representatives from EPA. There was an enthusiastic Q&A session at the conclusion of the panel presentation, and several heartfelt testimonials about the dangers of radon. A number of resource tables were staffed in the entryway by the American Lung Association, Washington State Department of Health, Clark County's Planet Clark program, and others, handing out information and providing low-cost test kits to attendees. It was a great night for raising radon awareness in Clark County!
We'd like to thank Becky Miner and SWAN for inviting Jim Bittner to speak at their November 2nd meeting in Salem. The large audience learned about the risks associated with radon exposure, how to test, and how to mitigate a home should elevated levels be found.
Cascade Radon will be hosting an information booth at the Eastside Community Picnic and National Night Out event, August 1, 4:30-8:30pm, at Leroy Haagen Memorial Community Park in Vancouver. Thank you to the Fircrest Neighborhood Association for the invitation to participate!
Looking forward to presenting information about radon to both the Lewis & Clark Woods and Wildwood Neighborhood Associations this Wednesday night!
All the best to you and yours in 2017 from all of us here at Cascade Radon.
Cascade Radon would like to thank Sue Curths for inviting Jim down to Salem to conduct a 60-minute CE course on radon for 70 real estate professionals. What a great group of people, with insightful questions and an eagerness to proactively address the concerns of their clients.
There’s certainly been quite a bit of media coverage regarding both air and water quality in the Portland market the past several weeks. Cascade Radon is currently consulting with Portland Public Schools re: strategies for addressing the elevated radon levels found in a number of school buildings. We’re always eager to lend our experience and expertise to better indoor air quality, whether in a school, business, or residence.
Thanks to Roger Lyngholm and the Lincoln Neighborhood Association for having our Sales Manager Jim Bittner speak at their meeting last night. They had a packed room at Latte Da Coffeehouse and Wine Bar in Vancouver, even with the rainy weather.