Guideline "Mitigation of radon activity concentration in listed buildings"

As you surely know, radon does not stop at older buildings. That's why a question also arises for the nearly 110,000 architectural monuments in Bavaria: How can radon concentrations be lowered without altering the historic features of the building? 

This question has been addressed by the Sachsen State Ministry for Energy, Climate Protection, Environment and Agriculture together with the Dresden University of Applied Sciences. The new guide looks at various radon protection measures, taking into account their feasibility in listed buildings. A very exciting topic, we think. 

More information on the german webpage of Guideline "Mitigation of radon activity concentration in listed buildings".

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