Canadian Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

Helping Canadians Reduce Radon Risk

Twitter Party - #ChatAirAware

  • 02 Nov 2017
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • twitter

Bring your indoor air questions (and stories) to the #ChatAirAware Twitter Party on Thursday, November 2nd at 7pm EST and discuss:

  • How to detect and monitor radon gas levels in your home
  • What to do if radon levels exceed the recommended levels
  • How to safeguard your home against radon
  • Tips on maintaining indoor air quality from radon and other contaminants
  • How radon can enter your home (the answer will surprise you)
  • What you can do to breath easy!

Mike Holmes (@Make_It_Right), Mike Holmes Jr. (@mike_holmesjr) along with experts from Radon Environmental Management Corporation (@RadonCorp) will be there to answer your questions.

If chatting with the big guy isn’t reason enough to join us, we will be giving away 3 Radtrak2 Radon Gas Detector Kit (valued at $40) and 2 Rapidos Alpha Track Detector (valued at $60) courtesy of Radon Environmental Management.*

All you have to do to enter is RVSP using the link below and participate in the chat on Thursday November 2nd at 7pm EST using the#ChatAirAware hashtag (read this for tips on how to set-up your TweetDeck for a chat). You must be present and tweeting using the#ChatAirAware hashtag at the time of the prize draw.

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