We need concrete action to address radon in our homes, workplaces, and schools. In this report, we recommend specific steps that, when taken together, can make up a bold plan.
Many different laws and regulations cover the indoor environment, from Building Codes to occupational health and safety regulation to residential tenancies law and more. Addressing radon requires a proactive and integrated approach. Radon Action Plans are a standard part of environmental and health governance in European countries and the United Kingdom and recommended by Health Canada.
Download our Recommendation for a BC Action Plan here.
Questions? Contact Dr. Noah Quastel at email@example.com or 778-709-4496.
This work was generously supported by the Real Estate Foundation of BC, the Law Foundation of BC and the Vancouver Foundation.