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Physicist Interviewed About Home Radon Detection

Channel 5 (WABI) interviewed University of Maine physics professor C.T. Hess about testing homes and basements for radon rising from the ground into living spaces. Hess, whose students conduct radon tests in university physics labs, said about 60,000 homes in Maine have been tested for radon, which is not nearly enough, in his view.

Contact: George Manlove, (207) 581-3756

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