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Radon versus how many lives can be saved?
January 12, 2014

Radon versus how many lives can be saved?

2013 died 260 people in traffic in Sweden. Source: Transportstyrelsen

2013 died 129 people in drowning accidents. Source: Svenska livräddningssällskapet

Svenska livräddningssällskapetestimates that there are almost 400,000 dwellings in Sweden that has radon levels above 200 Bq/m3. Of these, about 40,000 were discovered so fat and about 25,000 have been resolved.

About 200 lives a year in Sweden could be saved if we do something about radon problem!