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Parliamentary questions
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17 April 2019
E-001890-19
Question for written answer E-001890-19
to the Commission
Rule 130
Mara Bizzotto (ENF)

 Subject:  Presence of radon gas over the legal limits in buildings in Italy — Request for information from the Commission
 Answer in writing 

Radon is a carcinogenic natural radioactive gas. In many buildings in Italy this gas has been detected at levels of concern, sometimes over and beyond the threshold limit value. Prolonged exposure to radon causes serious diseases such as lung cancer. All possible measures must therefore be taken to protect public health from this gas.

Can the Commission say:
1. How the radon gas problem is being managed in other Member States;
2. Whether there are any specific EU funds for the implementation and preparation of projects relating to radon gas recovery and remediation in buildings?
Original language of question: IT 
Last updated: 2 May 2019Legal notice