The Indiana Chapter of the Indoor Environments Association

  • 04/02/2024 4:05 PM | Dawn Coffee (Administrator)
    The Indiana chapter formed a Government Affairs committee shortly after our December radon conference. A strategic plan was formed at the start of the year focusing on building relationships with our local and key legislators in the environmental arena.  Through the development of these relationships, we plan to introduce legislation in 2025 that will require a Radon disclosure as part of a residential real estate transaction.  Other states that have enacted such legislation have seen an immediate and robust rise in Radon awareness.  This led to an increase in testing and mitigation thereby protecting more of the citizens in those states.  We are also discussing the creation of a radon licensing board to assist the state in ensuring that practitioners in our industry are providing quality and service in accordance with the standards that have been adopted by the Indoor Environments Association and the Indiana Department of Health.  The current committee members are:

    Bob Coffee (Chair), Your Environmental Services LLC, Mishawaka

    Andrea Ash Stephens, Protect Environmental, Louisville

    Dan Elliot, VET Environmental Engineering, LLC, Bloomington

    Chris Ferguson, Protect Environmental, Noblesville

    Lynda King, BPG Inspections, Indianapolis

    Joe Mishak, Aardvark Home Inspectors and Pest Control, Fort Wayne

    Tiffany Nichols, American Lung Association, Indianapolis

    Jane Malone, Indoor Environments Association (Advisor)

    If you are interested in being a member of the Indiana IEA Government Affairs committee, please reach out to our chairman at

The Indiana Chapter's parent organization, Indoor Environments Association, formerly the American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists is a 501(c) (6) non-profit organization.

*Please note any donations made are not tax deductible for federal tax purposes.

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