France to test lower mobile emissions in 16 towns

Monday 30 November 2009 | 11:59 CET | News
A committee set up by the French ministry of the environment has selected 16 local authorities to test the reduction of mobile base station emission exposure to 0.6 W/metre. The government is spending EUR 1 million on the tests. Pre-test modelling is set to start in January with the first results expected in the second quarter of 2010. In total, 238 local authorities replied to the tender. The following were chosen: Pais d'Azay-le-Rideau for the Loire Anjou Touraine regional park in Maine-et-Loire, Brest, Cannes, Coufouleux (Tarn), Courbevoie-La Defense (Paris), Grand-Champ (Mobihan),

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: France / Reunion
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