Radon & Radionuclides
Dealing with Wake County's most common well water contaminants
Do you help private well users drink their water with confidence? Then you will want to attend this free training covering Radon and radionuclides in well water. These are the most chemical contaminants in Wake County wells, but most wells have not been tested for them, and fixing these problems can be complicated.
Over a day of training, we will cover:
Speakers include subject matter experts from the Rutgers University Eastern Regional Radon Training Center, N.C. Radiation Protection Section; N.C. Division of Public Health; and Wake County Groundwater staff.
Wake County recommends this training for:
· Home Inspectors
· Treatment installers
· Environmental health specialists
· Other real estate and environmental professionals who work with private well owners and users
Thursday, June 13 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wake County Commons Building
Room 100 C
4011 Carya Drive
Raleigh, NC 27610
Parking is freely available in a lot on site.
Lunch options are limited near the training site, so we recommend packing one.
Register and View the Full Agenda
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