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Greenwave can help you learn about unhealthy EMF pollution and how to clean it up around you. Start by familiarizing yourself with the FOUR types of EMF common in homes and other settings today.

Dirty Electricity

Dirty electricity (a.k.a. dirty power, electrical noise, line noise, power line EMI) refers to spikes and surges of electrical energy traveling along power lines and building wiring where only standard 50/60-Hertz AC electricity should be. This type of EMF pollution is created by many modern electronics, appliances, and lighting solutions that must change or manipulate standard electrical current in one way or another in order to operate. Once created, dirty electricity circulates throughout buildings, and even between buildings via wiring, power lines, and other means.

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Wireless Radiation

Wireless radiation refers to the electromagnetic fields (EMF) emitted by equipment and devices that send and receive information wirelessly. This type of EMF pollution has increased dramatically in recent years as cordless phones, smart phones, tablet computers, WiFi and Mi-MAX networks, and a myriad of other wireless devices have become popular in homes, schools, and businesses. All of these devices send information through the air rather than wires, creating a “cloud” of artificial electromagnetic energy around us.

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AC Electric Fields (ELF)

Power frequency AC electric fields are the extremely low frequency electric fields emitted by items that distribute or use standard 50/60 Hz AC (alternating current) electricity. These fields are produced by VOLTAGE, which is the force or pressure that helps push electrical current through power lines, wires (circuits), cords, etc. They are present even when electrical current is NOT flowing. For example, a lamp cord that is plugged into an outlet will emit an electric field even when the lamp is turned off. The electric fields will go away only after the lamp cord is unplugged.

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AC Magnetic Fields (ELF)

Power frequency AC magnetic fields are the extremely low frequency magnetic fields emitted by items that distribute or use standard 50/60 Hz AC (alternating current) electricity. These fields are produced by the FLOW of ELECTRICAL CURRENT. Unlike AC electric fields, they are present only when current is actually flowing. For example, a hair dryer that is plugged into an outlet and turned ON will emit both AC electric and magnetic fields. When the hair dryer is switched off, current flow to the dryer stops, and the magnetic field goes away. The electric field, which is caused by voltage rather than current flow, will remain until the hair dryer is unplugged from the outlet.

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