How to stop a smart meter installation – are you looking for an urgent answer to this question?
I know an awful lot of people are.
They are worried about the RF radiation emissions from wireless smart meters.
That’s why I wanted to share with you this EXTREMELY effective procedure on preventing a smart meter installation. Word has it that everyone using this method of dealing with any utility company that is trying to install a smart meter gets the installation immediately halted.
The original template was drafted to be used freely by everyone in British Columbia, but it can be used by anyone, anywhere, who wants to stop a smart meter. That’s why its important to circulate this information as widely as possible.
Stop A Smart Meter Installation – Whats Involved
You need four documents, as follows:
1. A Guide To Understanding and Completing Your Non Negotiable Private Notice – a 4 page printout which explains how to fill in the Private Owners Claim of Right Template which is the key document required to stop a meter installation
2. A Private Owners Claim of Right Template, the document you need to fill out and send by registered mail
3. An informational guide entitled Differences between The Private and Public, which explains some of the important legal issues involved
4. A No Trespassing sign, which you can print out and display on your property
Many thanks to the people at BCFreedom for sharing this information.
What You Need to Do
Use these documents, customize them to your own particular circumstances. Fill out the Private Owners Claim of Right Template, and mail it to your utility company.
Stop Smart Meter Installation in Australia
For instructions on how to stop a smart meter in Australia click here.
You can’t stop a smart meter installation unless you act, so act now.
Victoria Thompson said,
Thank you for the how to stop a smart meter installation advice. I notice it’s for British Columbia. Do you know anything about how to stop this in Australia, please?
Unfortunately I’m not aware of an Australian equivalent for these instructions….if I hear of them I’ll gladly post them here.
I have just found a website giving detailed instructions on how to stop a smart meter installation in Australia – see update in my article above.
chester collins said,
I live in Union, Ohio USA close to Dayton/Cincinnati. I was given a small house by my mother with a smart meter already installed. Do you know if any comparable actions or paperwork or available here? Thanks for all your important work.
electrosmog.org has instructions on how to stop a smart meter being installed this seems to be a good model to follow for Ohio.
I just came across this article about what to do with Smart Meters.
I would be interested to hear your views, especially with regard to the water butt solution.
Thinking about this serious issue of smart meters. I wondered would it not be to our advantage to send a letter to the authorities stating that, I object to the installation of a smart meter and that if one is or has been installed against my will, that they (the authority) will be fully responsible and liable for any medical problems that are suffered by the occupants in the future and most importantly that if they fail to respond to the letter that they are deemed to have agreed to the above. If the letter is drawn up legally and if EVERYONE sent a letter it may worry them enough to re-consider.
This is something we could all do without any legal problems and would add support to any legal action in the future. Unlike mobile phone masts where everything is being done retrospectively.
1. with regard to the article…’water butt’…its not just about the water content in our bodies…we are all literally human antennas…right down to the cells in our bodies…right down to our DNA….Dr. Martin Blank calls our DNA ‘fractal antennas’ (a fractal antenna is a term electrical engineers give to an antenna that can pick up a range of frequencies across the EMF spectrum) so every cell has a fractal antenna inside it…every cell can pick up all the frequencies on the EMF spectrum.
2. its in everyone’s interest (except the utility company) to make a stand against the installation of these smart meters..the letter is a good idea.
Thank you for the information.
It is helpful, but what about if you rent your home or apartment and it is already outfitted with a smart meter?
This may make it more complicated to get your smart meter removed because you will probably need your landlords support to take the matter up with the utility company. Start by taking the matter up with the utility company see what they say first.
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