Smoking, Radon and Lung Cancer
Radon and smoking risks don’t add up. They multiply. Find out about smoking, radon and lung cancer risks and rates in your community.
Explore Smoking, Radon and Lung Cancer Data
Learn more about radon and smoking risks
Radon Risk in Your Town
You can see the results of radon tests in your town or how the bedrock geology of Vermont relates to radon risk.
View the Radon Risk in Vermont Maps
Reduce the Risk of Lung Cancer for You and Your Family
Test your Home for Radon — It’s Easy and It’s Free
Free long-term radon in air test kits are available to Vermont residents. You can request one from the Radon Program by:
Calling 800-439-8550 (toll-free in Vermont)
Emailing [email protected]
You can purchase long-, medium- and short-term radon test kits from the Health Department Lab. Call 802-338-4736 or 800-660-9997 (toll-free in Vermont) or fill out an online form. For short-term tests, The EPA recommends using two testing devices, placed side-by-side. See the EPA’s Home Buyer’s and Seller’s Guide to Radon for more information.
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When you decide to quit smoking, 802quits is here to help. You can receive free services through 802quits, including free nicotine replacement, patches, gum or lozenges delivered directly to your home.
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