Tuesday, January 12, 2016

WJLA TV: Tests show high radon levels at Prince George's Co. public schools



WASHINGTON (ABC7) -- Six weeks after ABC7 revealed that several Montgomery County schools had radon levels above the EPA recommended limits, we're getting similar test results from Prince George's County public schools.

Kevin Lewis has the story.


http://wjla.com/news/local/tests-show-high-radon-levels-at-prince-georges-co-public-schools


Tests showed that some schools had levels over 10 times the EPA action level.  One school had a level of 109 picocuries per liter, which is 27 times the EPA action level.

6 comments:

  1. From PG to MCPG, same old same old. radon, artificial turf wi-fi radiation and cell towers!

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  2. What was the date on Avalon's testing?

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  3. What are the other 27 schools, why hasn't the list been publicized like the MoCo list?!?!

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  4. How can we obtain a copy of the test results for PGCPS?

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    1. Submit a public information act request ot PGCPS.

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