Ecosense and Lung Saskatchewan Join Forces to Address Radon Exposure

The ground-breaking collaboration brings innovative continuous radon monitors to the homes of Canadians.

Ecosense & Lung Sask

San Jose, California – November 28, 2023 – Ecosense, a leading company specializing in radon detection and monitoring solutions headquartered in the U.S., has joined forces with Lung Saskatchewan, dedicated to promoting lung health in the Canadian community. Together, they aim to bring  Ecosense’s cutting-edge continuous radon monitors (CRMs) available directly to consumers in Canada. Through this significant partnership, Canadians can easily acquire EcoQube and EcoBlu radon detectors directly from Lung Saskatchewan’s website via This ensures not only access to advanced radon monitoring technology but also all the valuable information and education provided by Lung Saskatchewan.

Ecosense’s CRMs, which include the award-winning EcoQube and user-friendly EcoBlu, utilize proven patented radon sensor technology for accurate and reliable results. This collaboration was established through a Memorandum of Understanding signed in July 2023. It aligns perfectly with Lung Saskatchewan’s goal to enhance health and empower individuals by giving them control over their indoor air quality.

Insoo Park, CEO of Ecosense, echoes these sentiments by stating, “We are thrilled to partner with one of the most influential organizations in Canada, perfectly instrumental to advocate lung health protection from radon. Our collaboration with Lung Saskatchewan introduces our state-of-the-art monitoring solutions based on patented radon sensor technology into Canadian households and workplaces. We are honored to collaborate with Lung Saskatchewan, fulfilling our commitment to enhance lung health. Through EcoQube and EcoBlu, we provide outstanding radon monitoring tools to ensure their safety from radon exposure.”

Jennifer May, the Vice President of Health Promotion and Government Relations at Lung Saskatchewan, highlights the significance of this partnership; “Radon gas exposure is the second leading cause of lung cancer, so Lung Saskatchewan is happy to partner with EcoSense to offer the EcoQube and EcoBlu detectors on our platform. It is important that Canadian residents can make educated decisions about how to protect their families and monitor their homes for radon exposure on a long-term basis.”

EcoQube and EcoBlu contribute significantly to raising awareness of radon risk and facilitating easy and simple monitoring of radon levels in homes and workplaces. The collaboration between Lung Saskatchewan’s commitment to lung health and Ecosense’s innovative solutions forms an alliance in the organizations’ shared goal of creating a safer living environment for families and communities alike.

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About Ecosense®

Based in the heart of Silicon Valley, Ecosense is a leader in and trusted provider of both professional and consumer radon detection and monitoring solutions that are easy to use, accurate, and fast.  The company’s smart real-time radon detectors utilize a patented radon sensor technology with high accuracy, delivering reliable results in minutes, not days. The EcoQube was named to TIME’s List of the 100 Best Inventions of 2021 and previously was recognized as a CES 2021 Innovation Awards Honoree in the health and wellness category. November marks radon action month, with the unveiling of the Canadian National Radon Proficiency Program (C-NRPP) 2023 study on the intercomparison of continuous radon monitors. Within the C-NRPP’s 2023 report, Ecosense emerged as the forefront leader in accurate and precise radon detection within the industry. 

About Lung Saskatchewan

Lung Saskatchewan is committed to improving lung health one breath at a time. They actively support the 1 in 5 individuals in Canada who are affected by lung diseases such as asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, pulmonary fibrosis, lung cancer, and COVID-19. Lung Saskatchewan has made strides in educating people about lung health topics like radon, tobacco, and vaping within Saskatchewan. They prioritize research, promote healthcare education, and advocate for lung health-related issues in the region. These four key focus areas allow Lung Saskatchewan to offer relevant and timely opportunities for all stakeholders. For information, please visit


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