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Ecosense Referral Club - Partner With Us to Earn Cash

Ecosense Referral Club — Partner With Us to Earn Cash Every day, thousands of professionals worldwide, ranging from home inspectors to doctors, teachers, public safety officials, and radon mitigators work tirelessly to increase awareness about radon gas. Radon gas is colorless, tasteless, odorless, radioactive — and is in homes, schools, offices, libraries, and many other indoor spaces where people gather. Unlike other forms of air pollution, however, radon gas affects indoor air quality, meaning the only way to know the severity of radon gas exposure from building to building is to monitor for it using a radon detector. At Ecosense, we think...

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Encouraging a Deeper Doctor-Patient Dialog on the Risks of Lung Cancer

Ecosense published the article in CR3 News Magazine 2020 VOL 3: MAY Medical Check this out! https://joom.ag/7CWC

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What Is Radon Gas? This Is Why You Should Test Your Home.

Radon detection. Maybe you've heard of how important it is to test your home for radon gas — but perhaps, like Julia, this is your first time looking into it. When considering some of the facts about the threat radon gas poses to your health, the first question that comes to mind is why aren't more people talking about this? Radon gas kills 21,000+ people in the US alone. Amongst non-smokers, radon exposure is the leading cause of lung cancer. Children are 3x more sensitive to radon gas and health issues caused by it. Radon gas levels are highest during fall and winter when people...

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Ecosense is now CR3’s California Representative

Ecosense now on CR3's (Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction) California Representative! 🎉  We are also in the January issue of CR3 Magazine, check this out! page18-19, 32 and 35. https://joom.ag/MIEe

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Making Sure Your Home is Radon Safe: A New Tool

Making Sure Your Home is Radon Safe: A New Tool

A hazard, though little heard of There is a health hazard in as many as 1 in 10 U.S. homes that is poorly understood. Radon. If you do not specifically test for it, you will never know it is there! Radon is a gas that results from the radioactive decay of trace elements commonly found within rocky soils. Principle among these is naturally occurring trace uranium, which, over billions of years slowly decays through a sequence of different chemical elements, one of which is radon. The radioactive decay of radon, however, is rapid, which is why it is hazardous. Radon...

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