What is radon?
Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that forms naturally from the decay of radioactive elements, which are found at different levels in soil and rock. Radon gas in the soil and rock can move into the air and into ground water and surface water.

Most exposure to radon comes from being indoors in homes, commercial buildings, schools, and other places. The level of radon depends on the characteristics of the rock and soil in the area. As a result, radon levels vary greatly in different parts of the United States, even within neighborhoods. Elevated radon levels have been found in every state.

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