Sunday, June 26, 2016

New AMR ERT Public Utility Meters: Not-So Smart

New AMR ERT public utility meters (natural gas meters) are not called "smart meters," yet they do pulse microwave radiofrequency radiation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, non-stop, just like so-called electric and water (AMI) "smart meters."  AMR meters also create what's called "electrical pollution" or "dirty electricity" that has been linked to adverse health effects.  

When we asked the Regional Operation Manager of SEMCO Energy (our natural gas provider) why the new AMR meters pulsed over 600 times per hour, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, he did not know.

When we asked him where the pulses transmit to, he did not know.  

And when we asked how SEMCO was getting around the State and Federal laws that prohibit a radio transmitting devise to be installed on private property without the property owner's knowledge and consent, he didn't know that either, but said he would check with their legal department and get back with us.  That was several weeks ago, and we still haven't heard back from him.

New AMR ERT natural gas utility meters destroyed my health, beginning with pain in my cell phone ear that I had not felt in about two years.  My symptoms did not stop there.  I experienced a plethora of odd and debilitating symptoms, until we shielded the meters, wrapping them in lead, and began turning off electric breakers at night, so to sleep in an environment of reduced electrical pollution.  Slowly, I've been reclaiming my health.

In Michigan, we are trying to get legislation passed that will give every utility customer the choice to keep safe and time-tested analog utility meters, without having to pay extra.  If you live in Michigan, please contact your State Representative and ask for their support of House Bill 4916.  Thank you!

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