Government & Organizations:Regional
January is Radon Action Month. Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas that cannot be seen, smelled or tasted. This unwelcome gas can seep into homes and accumulate in enclosed places. Anita Kopera, supervisor of DEP’s Radon Section, joined Bob Bostock to discuss radon in New Jersey and DEP’s role in radon prevention, regulations, outreach and education.
For more information on radon and DEP’s Radon Protection Element, please visit http://www.njradon.org/.
You can also call the toll free information line at 800-648-0394 or DEP’s Radon Section office at 609-984-5425.
Episode 95-Air Quality Awareness Week with Frank Steitz
Episode 94-Trenton Community Collaborative Initiative with Julie Krause
Episode 93-Perth Amboy Community Collaborative Initiative with Bill Lindner
Episode 92-National Women's History Month with Deputy Commissioner Debbie Mans
Episode 91-Trail Tracker with Heather Merring
Episode 90-Americorps Week
Episode 89-Highpoint State Park with Rebecca Fitzgerald
Episode 88-Fluorescent Minerals with Chris Adair
Episode 87-Resource Interpretive Specialists with Diane Hewlett-Lowrie
Episode 86-Maple Sugaring with Wayne Henderek
Episode 85-Permit Coordination with John Gray
Episode 84-Air Quality, Energy and Sustainability with Assistant Commissioner Paul Baldauf
Episode 83-Site Remediation and Waste Management with Assistant Commissioner Mark Pedersen
Episode 82 - Local Government Assistance with Kerry Kirk Pflugh
Episode 81-Commissioner Bob Martin
Episode 80-Deputy Commissioner David Glass
Episode 79-Get the Lead Out Leronda Aviles and Kristin Hansen
Episode 78-Land Use Management with Ginger Kopkash
Episode 77-Environmental Justice with Riché Outlaw and Joseph Donald
Episode 76-Natural and Historic Resources with Rich Boornazian