Data Exchange Description
U.S. EPA, States, and Tribes all collect radon data, however, different programs collect different data fields, have different thresholds and calculation logics, and use the data in different formats. RadonLeaders.org developed a standard process to share radon data and promote radon data exchange in a more standard way, including identifying a list of core data elements. Using those elements, the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJ DEP) developed the Radon Data Exchange as a means of sharing data with the New Jersey Department of Health.
For more information, see NJ DEP’s Radon Outreach Guide.
The Radon schema and supporting documentation have been approved for use on the Exchange Network. The most recent version is v1.0.