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Radon

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Take Action on Radon

Recognizing the importance of early detection and its impact on health, life and safety of all Illinois residents, the Illinois Emergency Management Agency is urging all residents to take time to test their home for radon.

The Illinois Emergency Management Agency Radon program staff informs Illinois citizens about the risks associated with radon and how to reduce radon levels in their homes. The Agency also licenses and regulates the individuals who provide radon measurement and mitigation to the public.

This section contains details about radon, county-specific radon information, lists of measurement and mitigation licensees, information for radon license applicants and license holders, and various radon publications.  

For simple answers to your Radon questions check out Take Action on Radon Website​ (a University of Illinois extension service)

What You Need to Know About Radon and Your New House

Test Your Home for Radon

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Radon Contacts

​​Information Line
(800) 325-1245
IEMA Radon staff member
(217) 782-1325
Radon Home

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