Radon Resistant Construction Act

| August 17, 2012
Radon Resistant Construction Act. Public Act 97-953 (McAsey, D-Lockport; Collins, D-Chicago) creates the Radon Resistant Construction Act. It requires all new residential construction include passive radon resistant construction. “New residential construction” is any original construction of a single-family home or a dwelling containing two or fewer apartments, condominiums, or townhouse. “Passive radon resistant construction” includes an installed pipe that relies solely on the convective flow of air upward for soil-gas depressurization and may consist of multiple pipes routed through conditioned space from below the foundation to the roof above. Effective June 1, 2013.


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