Radon Test Kits are available for checkout.
The University of Georgia Extension and the Georgia Public Library Service are partnering to launch the Electronic Radon Monitor Loan Program, an initiative to promote radon safety and awareness across the state. The program promotes public health by providing electronic radon monitors for checkout at all Georgia public libraries. The radon monitor loan kit has a circulation period of 14 days with two renewals. Each radon kit has a paper slip with two QR codes: one leads to an instructional video and the other to a website to submit your results. If you wish to report them to the UGA Extension, the data will be used in scientific research and to raise awareness of radon levels in Georgia.