Fort Collins, CO is home to the University of Colorado, one of the “Big Five” educational schools, which has a long history of involvement with soil remediation. As one of America’s foremost research universities, the University has a long track record of supporting public health and the environment through teaching and research. In addition to its role as a leading academic institution, the University also serves as a regional center for public and private research. A number of environmental advocacy groups have also gained recognition at the University, as well as several local non-profit organizations. Because of these activities, the University of Colorado is one of the top-rated universities when it comes to “graduate studies in environmental science and engineering”.Click Here- fortcollinsradonmitigationpro.com.
Fort Collins Radon Mitigation.
The University of Colorado is currently working on two radionuclide research programs. One project involves doing soil gas and radium testing as part of a broader comprehensive study of the northern Great Plains. The second project is focused on estimating the mitigation costs for homes located in southern Fort Collins. In both cases, radionuclide testing will help scientists gain a better understanding of the mitigation process and the role that reason plays in our environment.
The University of Colorado is currently working with two mitigation companies, WY&E and NPV, to complete their radon monitoring and mitigation project. WY&E is performing the soil gas and radium testing while NPV is performing the soil mitigation. WY&E will work with licensed professionals to test the soil and radium and then communicate their findings to the radionuclide mitigation company. The mitigation company will use the information from the radionuclide testing to estimate the radon removal rate for your home.