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Radon Resource Links

National Certification Resources
To become nationally certified as a radon service provider, you must:

1. Attend an entry level course, such as the courses offered by Rutgers.
2. Pass a certification exam.
3. Submit an application.

There are two, equally respected and well-recognized national certification organizations:

> National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP)
The NRPP, with over 5,000 members, has a well-earned reputation of credentialing environmental health professionals since 1937. Download a Guide to Achieving NRPP Certification (PDF).

> National Radon Safety Board (NRSB)
The NRSB provides independent third party certification, assuring that radon service providers meet high standards of technical expertise and professionalism.

State Certification Resources
> US Environmental Protection Agency - Regional and State Radon Contact Information
Find local information related to radon, including your state radon program and its contact information.

Some states regulate providers of radon measurement and mitigation services by requiring registration, certification or licensing. Make sure to check with your local radon contact to find out about requirements in your area.

EPA / DEP Radon Resources
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) and other organizations provide many informative resources about indoor air quality issues.
> Radon Infographic
> A Citizen’s Guide To Radon
> Consumer’s Guide To Radon Reduction
> Home Buyer’s and Seller’s Guide to Radon
> Radon Testing and Mitigation: The Basics
> Indoor Radon and Radon Decay

Other Informative Resources

> Creating Healthy Environments for Children & Teachers How Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education helps public employees serve New Jersey’s municipalities by providing a safe learning environment in our schools

> Tools for Schools: Indoor Air Quality Video What you can do to make your school's air safer to breathe

Radon & Indoor Air Quality