Apply and Pay for a Radon Test: EPA - Environmental Protection Agency, Ireland

Registered Radon Testing Services

This list of registered radon measurement services is published by the Environmental Protection Agency to provide information to members of the public. 

Registered Radon Measurement Service Website Email Mobile/ FreePhone Landline
All Clear Radon www.theradonshop.com

eugene@allclearradon.ie

087-2808492

053-9004227
Alpha Radon www.alpharadon.ie info@alpharadon.ie 086-8470449 066-9150900
Environmental Protection Agency See below for online form radon@epa.ie 1800-300600 01-2680100
Radon Aware Group www.radongas.ie

info@radonawaregroup.ie

086-2331116 065-6848991
Radon Ireland www.radonireland.com

info@radonireland.com

086-2720107 021-7334880

Listed services have:

  1. Provided evidence of successful proficiency testing
  2. Provided evidence of current tax compliance and
  3. Provided evidence of appropriate public and employers liability insurance

More details about the requirements of this scheme are available in the Registration Form and Guidelines.  Listed services have also agreed to comply with the Environmental Protection Agency's Radon in Air Measurement Protocol.

When you place an order for a radon measurement, two radon detectors will be sent to you by post - one for your main living room and one for your main bedroom.

In order to get an accurate measure of the long-term radon concentration in your home, the detectors should be placed in the rooms upon receipt, or within 7 days, and left in place for 3 months.

 

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