What do you recommend people do to reduce their exposure to smart meter emissions?

From Sal La Duca and André Fauteux:

Commentary from Sal La Duca, Indoor Environmental Consultant (1) to (2)

(1) Environmental Assay Inc., Assessment and Remediation Consulting,     www.emfrelief.com
(2) Publisher/Editor, La Maison du 21e siècle magazine,     www.21esiecle.qc.ca

Questions on smart meters
April 1, 201

What do you recommend people do to reduce their exposure to smart meter emissions?

You ask such complex questions, but (I suspect) require simple answers. Smart Meters are a subset of AMR (Automated Meter Reading) which has been around for decades. It is not the habit of those installing such meters to change them when newer technology becomes available, if the payback period for the previous meter installation has not been fulfilled (that would be throwing money out the window, and is frowned upon). So there remain in place a variety of permutations of Smart Meters. Some are accessible by a telephone land-line and modem. May sound antiquated, but they still work, so they remain in place. Some are accessible by data they impress (at various frequencies) onto the 240V supply to residences or otherwise for business, which data is then aggregated in power substations, and then sent to the ultimate destination by other means. Some are accessible by wireless communication only when polled. Some are accessible by wireless communication by schedule. Some have modified schedules to meet the business need. So the question that begs to be asked is: reduce the exposure from what kind of meter?

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