EHS Refuge Zone Open in France

There is a vast estate in the countryside of France that is a private emergency “Refuge Zone” that has been put at the disposal of EHS sufferers in distress, temporarily and without charge, on a humanitarian basis.

It is not a true White Zone, but is an area of low radiation without any EMF beams or lobe. The topography of the property eliminates most radiation, but there is still a variable residue from 15 kilometres away: with a major TV relay mast with mobile phone relay antennas. You will need to have your own caravan (aluminium body) with WC,
or a camping car (no tents).

The EHS persons who come must be able to look after themselves. It is essential for anyone wishing to stay, to come for “a preliminary test” of a few days to se if their health improves.

To see pictures and learn more about the EHS site click here:

More pictures including Faraday cages

WEEP – Canada

WEEP is a Canadian initiative to stop Wireless Electric Electromagnetic Pollution. On their website you will find information about the potential environmental effects associated with the various forms of electric and electromagnetic emissions. They also raise awareness by disseminating up-to-date scientific information via a daily newsletter.

To visit their website click HERE

To sign up to their newsletter click HERE

ElectroSensitivity UK

ElectroSensitivity UK is located in London England. This organization provides unbiased and balanced information to help those who have become sensitive to mobile and cordless phones, their masts, wifi, and a multitude of common everyday electrical appliances.

To view their website click here:

ElectroSensitivity UK can be contacted at the following postal address or phone number:


Telephone: 0845 643 9748

Alternatively, if you have access to email, the charity can be contacted on the following email address:

[email protected], for general enquiries and those who have ES or EHS.
[email protected], for media enquiries.

The Swedish Association for the ElectroHyperSensitive

FEB was founded in Sweden in 1987 with 10 members. It has currently about 2 400 active members. The association’s main task is to

  1. Support the injured and to create understanding for their problem.
  2. Disseminate information on the subject. Influence society to invest in research and development in order to help those already afflicted.
  3. Prevent others from becoming afflicted.
  4. Organize people who will support the associations work and goals.
  5. Publish a quarterly Swedish magazine called “Ljusglimten” (Glimpse of light).

Address to the swedish head organisation

Box 9098
Fax: +46 8 712 89 48