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Special October Event, please come

Electromagnetic Radiation (EMF) Science Explained:Crucial Health Implications for Families and the Environment If Smart Meter and 5G Roll-outs Continue

Presentation by Dr. Martin Pall, PhD, Professor Emeritus
Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences, Washington State University

FREE EVENT: Donations Appreciated.
When: Thursday, October 18, 2018 / 7–9 pm (doors open at 6 pm) with opening presentation on reasons EWEB rate-payers should reject digital smart meters.
Where: 1st United Methodist Church / 1376 Olive St., Eugene
MC: William Collinge, PhD
Sponsor: FamiliesforSAFEMeters.org (also on Facebook)
Contact: FamiliesforSAFEmeters2@gmail.com

“We now know how low-intensity EMFs produce many impacts on
our health, and why current safety guidelines are completely inadequate.”

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We are a group here in Eugene working to educate people about so called “Smart Meters/AMI”. AMI stands for Advanced Metering Infrastructure. It involves installing “Smart Meters”, antennas, transmitters, relay stations, TOU (time of use) billing, software programs to bill customers and finally a data management system to manage the customer data.

We had achieved a measure of success in that the new “Smart Meters” are not using the mesh network, but the more advanced way of transmitting. However this still puts out quite a bit of radiation.

On February 6th 2018, at the EWEB board meeting, the “automatic keeping of your analog meter policy” was reversed to automatic OPT-IN. This is part of a plan to replace all analog meters with digital meters. In response to this, Victor Odlivak, one of our FFSM members, ran for EWEB Commisssioner At-large getting 11 percent of the vote. However this was not enough to win.

There is still much work to be done! The infrastructure is going up around Eugene. 10,000 AMI Meters have already been installed. i.e. relay boxes on utility poles and various other “Grid Infrastructure”. We would like to see a total stop to this, with the money instead used to increase the funding for rebates of currently supported renewable energy by EWEB. You can read through this website to get an understanding of the issues involved and actions you can take. We meet regularly once a month if you would like to join us go to the “Contact US”.

We also have a Facebook page