This list of registered radon remediation services is published by the Environmental Protection Agency for the purposes of providing information to members of the public. These registered services are deemed by the Environmental Protection Agency to have met certain criteria and have indicated their compliance with a voluntary code of conduct in order to promote public confidence in the performance of radon remediation.
The Fifteenth National Radon Forum took place on Wednesday 8th May 2019 in The Gresham Hotel, Dublin
Final Report on the National Radon Contol Strategy - Phase 1 April 2014 to 2018
This registration scheme is open to both radon measurement laboratories and suppliers of radon detectors for the measurement of radon in homes and workplaces.
A set of guidelines for local authorities seeking to implement a radon measurement programme.
This guide is directed at householders who have been informed they have radon concentrations above the Reference Level in their home. The aim of the Guide is to assist such householders in interpreting their radon test results and in deciding how to deal with the problem.
Advice on Setting a Reference Level for Radon Concentrations in Long-Stay Institutions
Registration form and guidelines for companies wishing to register as a remediation service with the EPA, January 2017
Registration form, requirements and guideline notes for companies wishing to register as a remediation service with the EPA
Application Form for Radon in Drinking Water Measurement
A brochure on radon in drinking water.
This report presents the results of a survey of radon concentrations in schools in the Republic of Ireland.