Jefferson is the county seat of Jackson County, Georgia. If you're reading this, you probably live there. According to the University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences, 44.2% of homes in Jackson County have elevated radon levels. (The highest level they have recorded was 39.3 pCi/L which is almost 10 times the EPA action level.)
There are roughly 23,750 housing units in Jackson County. Assuming 44.2% of them have elevated radon levels, we can estimate that almost 10,500 homes need radon mitigation systems installed to reduce the risk of lung cancer to the occupants.
Roughly 10% of the homes in Jackson County, Georgia have been tested for radon.
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