Radon in Real Estate

The BC Lung Association is conducting research to learn what real estate professionals know about radon, what they are doing, and how BC could learn from best practices around the world. 

Many real estate associations and councils across North America have taken special efforts to ensure people learn about radon when they are buying and selling their homes. A cancer-causing radioactive gas produced by the natural decay of uranium in rocks and soils, radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers, killing approximately 3,200 people a year in Canada. Radon can become trapped and accumulate in homes and buildings unless systems are installed to prevent it.

Interested in a workshop or a webinar? Learn about current research and laws on indoor air quality from health scientists and lawyers. Network with industry professionals and tell us your ideas on protecting indoor air quality. Professional development credits may be available. To show interest and receive notifications about upcoming workshops and webinars, click here

Win a new Apple iPad! Take our survey on radon and real estate, and enter for a chance to win an iPad.

Or simply call us and share your opinions or concerns about radon. If you work as a realtor or real estate lawyer, we want to speak with you. Please email or call Dr. Noah Quastel at nquastel@bc.lung.ca or 778-709-4496. 

 
The 'Radon in Real Estate' project is generously supported by the Real Estate Foundation of BC

Page Last Updated: 18/07/2019