Radon and Real Estate: The Next Steps, How to Understand Radon Reduction, the Good and Bad (US Perspective)

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11 am PT / 12 pm MT / 1 pm CT / 2 pm ET
*approximate length: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Presenter:  Crystal Lytle – C-NRPP Radon Sales Manager

Radon is a radioactive gas that can be found in any home in North America.  It comes from the soil and enters any building which has contact with the ground.  Although its naturally occurring, the way we build our homes has created an environment which allows elevated levels of radon indoors.  Elevated radon levels increase the risk of lung cancer for all occupants.  Lung Cancer continues to lead statistics for cancer deaths; however, it is one of the most preventable cancers.  By learning about radon can help your clients live in healthier homes and can save their lives.  Join us for this webinar to learn basic information about radon and its health risk, and also information on how to reduce it in homes, including how to identify good and poor installations.

This webinar will cover the information from a US perspective including types of measurement and reduction techniques.

Learning Objectives:

  • Health effects of radon
  • How to test and reduce radon levels in homes
  • How to determine recognize some key features of a properly installed mitigation system

Crystal is the Radon Sales Manager for Fantech, Past President of the AARST Board and the appointed Chairperson of the AARST Foundation. As a certified measurement and mitigation specialist, she is a strong advocate for radon awareness, and is passionate about educating people about the risks and long-term effects of radon.

During her time on the AARST board, Crystal served as chairperson for the International Symposium and participated in multiple committees within the organization.  She was chosen as one of the first to participate in the Advocacy Training Program and has used her experience to further the efforts in Colorado’s lobbying. 
Crystal is one of the founding members of Women Against Radon (WAR), a campaign for CanSAR (cancer survivors against radon), participated in Colorado Lungs4Life fundraising, has climbed the Fight for Climb in Denver for the American Lung Association, as well as various community volunteer projects. In addition, she was instrumental in the legislative efforts in Colorado, which has led the success of passing of HB21-1195; Licensure of Radon Professionals.

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