by Shelby
(Alabama )

We are currently in negotiations with Verizon for cell tower placement on our land. We have a 17 acre piece of property. We plan on living there with our two small children. We also border a subdivision. We are in the middle of a very populated area. My question is, are these cell towers safe? I worry about possible radiation exposure. Thank you!

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Sep 30, 2015
by: Stephen

It is a non-issue. The baby monitors commonly used by parents of infants to listen their children are MILLIONS of times more concerning to the health and well being of children than radio frequency emissions. You have more RF exposure by going outside for an hour to cut the lawn that you get from living 100 yards a cell tower for a year. Just make sure that your house is outside the fall zone, if it's a 200' tower, make sure your house is over 200' away. Towers are designed to collapse into themselves in the rare case they fail due to wind, ice storm, lightning strike, zombie attack, tools being dropped by workers by accident, etc..

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