Air Quality Control Agency Applauds World Health Organization's Efforts to Reduce Lung Cancer Risk with New 2.7 Radon Limit

Lansing , MI (PressExposure) October 02, 2009 -- Over 20 years of research has shown that there is no “safe” level of radon. However, the World Health Organization has established a goal to maintain indoor radon levels of 2.7 pCi/l or lower. As per one of the latest handbooks “Handbook or Indoor Radon” issued by The World Health Organization, the acceptable level of indoor radon is not 4 pCi/l as held by the EPA. The World Health Organization urges homeowners to take necessary precautions against high level of indoor radon. It has been proven that exposure to radon gas can have serious health effects. The World Health Organization has identified radon gas as one of the major causes of lung cancer. Radon gas exposure contributes to around 14% of lung cancer cases in a number of countries including the United States.

Radon gas is generated from the earth and this harmful gas seeps through the basement into homes and it pollutes the indoor air quality. People think that their homes are the safest places and it is free from all kinds of pollution. Not many people know that they are breathing one of the most dangerous gases day in and day out.

Air Quality Control Agency Inc. helps people create safe indoor environments through their radon mitigation systems. The have a cumulative experience of over 40 years in helping people deal with their radon problems. They are one of the America’s top installers of Radon Removal Systems. They have been in this industry for over 20 years and in these 20 plus years, they have serviced over 20,000 customers successfully. They have experience in installing effective radon removal systems in homes, condominiums, townhouses, schools, commercial, and government buildings. No other company in the US has such a vast experience in radon remediation.

Air Quality Control Agency Inc. has an experienced of team of certified and licensed technicians that install radon removal systems in Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Michigan, Wisconsin, and in the neighboring areas. Not everyone is qualified to install radon system. The technicians need to be qualified and licensed to handle this task.

To reduce the occurrence of lung cancer, the World Health Organization is urging people more than ever to action against radon gas if the level of radon gas is 2.7 or above. In an effort to help homeowners protect their families against lung cancer, Air Quality Control Agency Inc. is dedicated in providing cost effective and permanent solutions to reduce indoor radon levels and prevent lung cancer. Installation of the radon abatement equipment at homes and other building is fortunately is not terribly expensive. Most systems cost less than $1,000 to install.

Air Quality Control Agency Inc. offers same day installation service depending on the availability of the technicians. Customers can call them for a free estimate. Their radon mitigation systems are highly effective and they can reduce indoor radon levels by as much as 99%. For more information, visit

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Air Quality Control
Radon Gas Division
2607 Eaton Rapids Rd.
Lansing Michigan 48911
USA Phone: 1-800-420-3881
Fax: 1-800-207-5685

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Press Release Submitted On: October 02, 2009 at 11:22 am
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