Citizens for Safe Technology
Empowering the public to protect children
and nature from unsafe wireless technologies.
Communities and Governments / Cell Towers / Cell Phones / Meters and more.
Information and strategies exist to deal with communication technologies and infrastructure at societal levels, and facilitate awareness and proactive solutions. Hiding behind outdated Federal regulations (in Canada, Safety Code 6) does not remove the elected official's obligation to act in the best interests of the public.
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"A revised estimate of the cost of reversing a SaskPower smart meter program is now pegged at $47 million, according to the provincial Crown corporation. The power utility has been ordered to swap out 105,000 units already installed.
"The revised estimate includes costs associated with the initial installation of the units and the cost of stock on hand for units that were going to be installed. The estimate also accounts for the labour of removing installed smart meters and the cost of purchasing a non-smart meter product. SaskPower did not save old ones as it was rolling out the program.
"The recall of smart meters was ordered Wednesday by the provincial government after a number of unexplained fires associated with the installation of the devices were noted. There were eight incidents as of Monday. Most of the fires involved the new meter although SaskPower noted Thursday that one of the fires took place at a connection point from the meter to the power service.
"The smart meter program began in October, 2013. . . .
Global News report with video
"REGINA - SaskPower has announced that they are removing all the smart meters that were installed in the province.
"The minister responsible for SaskPower Bill Boyd said the utility company will be taking out all 105,000 smart meters around Saskatchewan.
"I think the concerns about safety are paramount here, the concerns are significant enough, anytime families are at risk in Saskatchewan, actions have to be taken and that's why we've directed SaskPower accordingly," said Minister Boyd. . . .
date of issuance July 9, 2014
[Note: This includes-but is not limited to-radiofrequency radiation-emitting devices, such as cell phones and cordless phones and their base stations, Wi-Fi, broadcast antennas, smart meters and baby monitors.]
We are scientists engaged in the study of electromagnetic fields (EMF) radiofrequency radiation (RFR) health and safety. We have serious concerns regarding Health Canada's Safety Code 6 Guideline. . . .
Also: Declaration: DOCTORS Call for Protection from Radiofrequency Radiation
Speak Up and Stay Alive - RadiOh! Interview
Are hospitals safe for newborns? Cindy Sage joins Pat to discuss some of the findings of the updated BioInitiative Report as it relates to hospital safety. Listen as she answers some audience email questions.
Re: Health concerns of wireless devices such as smart meters
Dr. Olle Johansson wrote a letter to the Arizona Department of Health re. dangers of RF from wireless devices such as smart meters. Please share this with your elected officials.
US Department of Interior Attacks FCC's Exposure Standards - Take Back Your Power
"Birds have "nest and site abandonment, plumage deterioration, locomotion problems, reduced survivorship, and death"
"The Director of the Office of Environmental Policy and Compliance of the United States Department of the Interior sent a letter to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration in the Department of Commerce that addresses the Interior Department's concern that cell tower radiation has had negative impacts on the health of migratory birds and other wildlife.
"The Interior Department accused the Federal government of employing outdated radiation standards set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), a Federal agency with no expertise in health. The standards are no longer applicable because they control only for overheating and do not protect organisms from the adverse effects of exposure to the low-intensity radiation produced by cell phones and cell towers: . . .
Global News Report
Fixed income residents at a West End apartment building are being forced to cough up money to pay for BC Hydro smart meters. John Daly tells us why.
This Global News Video features Interviews with tenants and landlord, as well as MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert (Vancouver West End), Parveen Khtaria (Tenant Resource and Advisory Centre), and BC Hydro spokesperson Greg Alexis
MLA Spencer Chandra Herbert's OPEN LETTER to Jessica McDonald, new CEO and President of BC Hydro
Destroying Nature by Electrosmog (originally published in November of 2007)
Effects of Wireless Communication Technologies
Brochure 1 of a brochure series by the Competence Initiative for the Protection of Humanity, Environment and Democracy
1. The organisation of life underlying its vulnerability Pages 5 to 8
2. About the disappearing bees and birds Pages 9 and 10
3. Mechanisms of disorientation and damage Pages 10 and 11
4. Humans suffer functionality disorders Pages 30 to 36
5. Summary, Scientific Literature, Summary 37 to 41
6. Glossary Page 42
7. Order Information and references
About the Author
The main fields of activity of Dr. rer. nat. Ulrich Warnke, and internationally renowned bio-scientist of the University of the Saarlan, are in bio-medicine, environmental medicine and bio-physics. His research has, for many decades, focused especially on the effect of electromagnetic fields.
NEWSLETTER April - June, 2014 - Professor Girish Kumar, Electrical Engineering Dep't IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai, India
Mobile Phones and Public Health - Myths and Reality
Updated Links to Participation Forms, Q and A and other information for anyone opposed to BC Hydro's Smart Meter Program
for BC Hydro customers who are wondering what is going on with BC Hydro as of May 1, 2014
Opt-Out Sign for Analog in preparation for meter exchange (seal expiry announcement from Hydro)
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Citizens For Safe Technology
"Wi-Fi: Is It Safe?"
Citizens for Safe Technology is a not-for-profit educational society made up of parents, grandparents, teachers, business professionals, scientists, politicians and lawyers concerned about the exponential increase in public exposure to harmful wireless technologies.
We believe a profound urgency exists to protect the unsuspecting public, especially children, youth and pregnant mothers from unsafe wireless technologies.
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