Thursday, January 13, 2011

New study finds smart meters likely to be safe, but also encourages further research into non-thermal effects of radio frequency emissions

Written by  Bob Froehlich
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Two California State Legislators, Assembly Member Jared Huffman (Marin) and Assembly Member Bill Monning (Santa Cruz), requested the California Council of Science and Technology (CCST), a non-profit organization established in 1988, to prepare a report on the health impacts of radio frequency from "Smart Meters."

Click here for the KMUD archived newscast (aired at 6 PM, Jan.12, 2011) containing the interview with HSU President Roland Richmond regarding the released report.

Download a copy of the report from the website http://www.ccst.us/news/2011/20110111smart.php

CCST is requesting public comment on the report through midnight PST, January 31, 2011.

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