““The Electromagnetic Radiation Alliance of Australia (EMRAA) supports the recommendations
of the report released today by the Chair of the Senate Inquiry into EMR, recommending:-
1 Precautionary measures for the placement of power lines
2 Information advising parents and children of the risk of mobile phone use
3 Testing, Labelling and regulation of protective devices for mobile phones
4 Changes to the Low Impact Determination that would require all mobile phone base stations to be subject to Council approval
5 A centralised registry to record reports of health problems from mobile phones and related technology
6 Additional funding for independent research into the safety of mobile phone technology
7 Establishment of a specialised EMR research unit at the Commonwealth Scientific Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
8 No increases to exposure levels in the new standard.
EMRAA welcomes the report and encourages the relevant federal agencies to implement the recommendations as soon as possible.”
“”In light of the scientific evidence of risk and the symptoms that are being experienced by many members of the community, adopting such precautions to limit exposure is the only prudent course of action,”” said Lyn McLean, Secretary of the Alliance.
The full report “Hidden Dangers of Electromagnetic Radiation from Communication Towers, Power Lines and Cellphones” is available at cost from the Christchurch Green Party office ph (03) 372-1375 and from our website http://canterbury.cyberplace.co.nz/ouruhia/ along with Full information on International Electromagnetic Research.
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