AARST supports you in your business by providing the tools and training you need to do your job. In addition, AARST maintains a strong presence in Washington, D.C., advocating for sound policies designed to open new markets and business opportunities.
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Who Belongs to AARST?
Diversity is the key word when it comes to describing AARST members. Service professionals, scientists, researchers and public officials have all joined forces with the shared goal of reducing radon and saving lives. Despite the wide-ranging job functions, members are united under the AARST banner to diminish radon risk, support the development of professional standards of practice and expand radon knowledge and awareness.