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Poorly Ventilated Homes Can Trap Cancer Causing Gas

Many Mainers are busy weatherizing their homes for the winter. But Professor Charles Hess of the University of Maine wants to remind people that they can close up their house too tight. Hess says a tight house can keep radon gas trapped inside your home....[Read More]

Date Published: 10/17/2008


Gray woman launches water-testing campaign

There was a time when Gray resident Madelene Taylor didn't feel safe in her own home.In the spring, when a neighbor sold their home and discovered high levels of arsenic in the water, Taylor had her own well water tested. After the test, Taylor...[Read More]

Date Published: 08/31/2007


Senators want HUD to address radon in subsidized housing

PORTLAND, Maine Independent Sen. Angus King of Maine is part of a group of senators taking the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to task for failing to protect public housing residents from radon gas. The bipartisan group is...[Read More]

Date Published: 01/18/2020