April, 2013

Methane Risks and Resolutions

Methane, a colorless, odorless, flammable “greenhouse” gas is better known as natural gas.  Methane is commonly used for cooking, fueling buses and cars, and is an integral source of energy for industrial processes.  Methane originates from the natural decomposition of organic materials.  When sourced from natural gas reserves below the earth’s surface, methane is theoreticallyRead more

Radon: What You Need To Know

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from deep within the Earth.  Through natural pressure and movement, radon is emitted into the atmosphere. The intrusion of radon into the enclosed structures in which we live, work, and go to school in, allows for extended exposure resulting in the increased incidence of lung cancer.Read more