View Full Version : Swiss Apartment Village Developed For 'Hypersensitives'

04-18-14, 10:49 PM
Ethan A Huff
April 16 2014

(NaturalNews) If the prospect of having to deal with a lifetime of pulsing radiation from smart meters, mercury from compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFLs), fragrance chemicals from perfumes and deodorants, electromagnetic radiation from mobile phones and all the other forms of damaging environmental pollution all around us is too much for you, it might be a good time to look into moving to Switzerland.

This is where Europe's first entirely chemical-free housing complex was recently built, catering specifically to people with a condition known as Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, or MCS. AFP.com reports that the new apartment village, which is located on the outskirts of Zurich, was carefully designed to be free of all such chemicals and pollution, allowing those with extreme sensitivity to live in peace.
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04-18-14, 11:09 PM
This is a splendid idea, because the affect on the hypersensitive are very real indeed.. I recently posted a geographical location in Virginia where Similar constrictions obtain..

Conditions prevail in parts of Europe, especially in northern areas. dDifficulties of, of course occur with language barriers, not to mention difficult of travel for those who are hypersensitive.

04-18-14, 11:23 PM
I have no idea how many chemically-sensitive people there are in any given population, but surely a few apartments like this could be built in several places? How hard could it be?

04-19-14, 09:46 PM
Julieanne, I think there is one in either Virginia or West Virginia. I can't guess what search term you would use to Google it though.

04-20-14, 02:05 PM
There are scattered communities in the US, most in Arizona. At one time I was actually researching but you pretty much have to be quite well off. However, none in the US offered EMR protection.