Per prevenire danni alla salute si raccomanda di non superare 0,6 V/m

 

Congresso scientifico di Salisburgo (Austria)

L'originale: presentazione del Congresso e testo della dichiarazione in PDF
dal sito www.land-sbg.gv.at/celltower

 

 

Tabelle di equivalenza per le unita' di misura (V/m volt/metro, W/cm watt/centimetroquadro, ecc.)

Traduzione a cura di Mara Di Campli del Forum Elettrosmog

 

RISOLUZI0NE Dl SALZBURG SULLE STAZI0NI RADIOBASE PER TELEFONIA CELLULARE

Conferenza Internazionale sulle stazioni radiobase Collegamenti tra scienza e salute pubblica Salzburg ,7/8 Giugno 2000

1.Il procedimento per la costruzione ed il funzionamento di una stazione radiobase dovrebbe essere soggetto ad una procedura di autorizzazione. ll protocollo dovrebbe includere i seguenti punti:

- Informazione davanti a tutto e coinvolgimento attivo della popolazione interessata
- Ispezione di luoghi alternativi per i siti

- Protezione della salute e del benessere

- Rispetto per la conservazione del territorio, anche urbano
- Considerazione delle fonti gia' esistenti di HF-EMF
- Ispezione e monitoraggio dopo le installazioni

2. Organizzazione di una banca-dati nazionale a livello governativo concernente tutte le stazioni radiobase e le loro emissioni

3. Si raccomanda che per le nuove installazioni e per quelle gia esistenti siano vagliate tutte le risorse tecniche al fine di raggiungere l'esposizione piu' bassa possibile (ALARA-principle) e per garantire emissioni il piu' basso possibili dove le persone risiedono piu' a lungo attenendosi rigorosamente alle linee guida sulla salute pubblica.

4. Ad oggi una stima sugli effetti biologici delle esposizioni a basse emissioni e difficile ma indispensabile per la salvaguardia della salute pubblica. Attualmente non c'e' un'evidenza per una soglia sugli effetti negativi sulla salute. Le raccomandazioni su limiti precisi di esposizione sono soggette ad errore e dovrebbero essere considerate come preliminari. Si raccomanda per tutte le emissioni ad alta frequenza un valore limite di 100 mW/m (10 W/cm - 6 volt/metro).

Per una preventiva protezione della salute pubblica e' raccomandato un provvisorio valore limite di esposizione di 1 mW/m (0.1 W/cm - 0,6 volt/metro) per la somma a campi modulati in alta frequenza e pulsanti a ELF (bassa frequenza) come le stazioni radiobase GSM.

Salzburg Resolution on Mobile Telecommunication Base Stations International Conference on Cell Tower Siting Linking Science & Public Health

 

 

 

 


 

dal sito della Salzburg Resolution on Mobile Telecommunication Base Stations

International Conference on Cell Tower Siting Linking Science & Public Health
Salzburg, June 7-8, 2000

1. It is recommended that development rights for the erection and for operation of a base station should be subject to a permission procedure. The protocol should include the following aspects:
- Information ahead and active involvement of the local public
- Inspection of alternative locations for the siting
- Protection of health and wellbeing
- Considerations on conservation of land- and townscape
- Computation and measurement of exposure
- Considerations on existing sources of HF-EMF exposure
- Inspection and monitoring after installation.

2. It is recommended that a national database be set up on a governmental level giving details of all base stations and their emissions.

3. It is recommended for existing and new base stations to exploit all technical possibilities to ensure exposure is as low as achievable (ALATA-principle) and that new base stations are planned to guarantee that the exposure at places where people spend longer periods of time is as low as possible, but within the strict public health guidelines.

4. Presently the assessment of biological effects of exposures from base stations in the low-dose range is difficult but indispensable for protection of public health. There is at present evidence of no threshold for adverse health effects.
Recommendations of specific exposure limits are prone to considerable uncertainties and should be considered preliminary. For the total of all highfrequency irradiation a limit value of 100 mW/m (10 W/cm) is recommended.

For preventive public health protection a preliminary guideline level for the sum total of exposures from all ELF pulse modulated high-frequency facilities such as GSM base stations of 1 mW/m (0.1 W/cm) is recommended.


Salzburg Resolution on Mobile
Telecommunication Base Stations International Conference on Cell Tower Siting Linking Science & Public Health
Disclaimer: The Resolution represents the personal opinion of the undersigning scientist and public health specialist and not that of the organization they are affiliated to.

Dr. Ekkehardt Altpeter

Inst. for Social- and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern

Bern, Switzerland

Dr. Carl Blackman

US Environmental Protection Agency

Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA

Dr. Neil Cherry

Lincoln University Christchurch

Christchurch, New Zealand

Prof. Dr. Huai Chiang

Zhejiang University School of Medicine Microwave Lab

Hangzhou, China

Dr. Bill P. Curry

EMSciTek Consulting Co.

Glen Ellyn, Illinois, USA

Prof. Dr. Livio Giuliani (1)

National Institute of Occupational Safety and Prevention (ISPESL)

Rome, Italy

Prof. Dr. Yuri Grigoriev

Centre of Electromagnetic Safety, Institute of Biophysics

Moscow, Russia

Dr. Helene Irvine

Greater Glasgow Health Board, Dept. of Public Health

Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Dr. Christoph Knig

Federal State of Salzburg, Public Health Dept., Environmental Health

Salzburg, Austria

Prof. Dr. Michael Kundi

University of Vienna, Inst. for Environmental Health

Vienna, Austria

Ronald Macfarlane

Health Promotion and Environmental Protection Office, Toronto Public Health

Toronto, Canada

Dr. Malcolm MacGarvin

modus vivendi, Consultant for the European Environment Agency

Glenlivet, Scotland, UK

Dr. Fiorenzo Marinelli (1)

Ist. di Citomorfologia C.N.R.

Bologna, Italy

Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Mosgller

University of Vienna, Inst. for Cancer Research

Vienna, Austria

Dr. Gerd Oberfeld

Federal State of Salzburg, Public Health Dept., Environmental Health

Salzburg, Austria

Dr. Colin Ramsay

Scottish Center for Infection and Environmental Health (SCIEH)

Glasgow, Scotland, UK

MA Cindy Sage

Sage Associates

Santa Barbara, California, USA

Dr. Luis Slesin

Microwave News

New York ,USA

Prof. Dr. Stan Szmigielski (1)

Department of Microwave Safety, Military Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology

Warsaw, Poland

(1) This preliminary guideline level of 1 mW/m (0.1 W/cm) is, by the participants marked with a (1), understood as an operational level for one facility (e.g. a cell tower).