The classical Artin-Rees lemma tells the following. Let $R$ be a Noetherian commutative ring and $I\subset R$ be an ideal. Let $M$ be a finitely generated $R$-module and $N\subset M$ be a submodule. Then there exists an integer $m\ge0$ such that for all $n\ge0$ the following equality of two submodules in $N$ holds: $$ I^{n+m}M\cap N=I^n(I^mM\cap N). $$ The usual proof is based on the Hilbert Basis Theorem: essentially, one uses the fact that the Rees ring $\bigoplus_{n=0}^\infty I^n$ is graded Noetherian (since it is a quotient ring of the ring of polynomials over $R$ spanned by some finite set of generators of the ideal $I$).

I would like to specialize the Artin-Rees lemma to principal ideals $I=(s)\subset R$, and then extend it from multiplicative subsets of the form $\{1,s,s^2,s^3,\dotsc\}\subset R$ to other multiplicative subsets $S\subset R$.

So let $R$ be a Noetherian commutative ring and $S$ be a multiplicative subset in $R$. Assume for simplicity that $S$ is (at most) countable and all the elements of $S$ are regular (nonzero-divisors) in $R$.

Let $M$ be a finitely generated $R$-module and $N\subset M$ be a submodule. Does there exist an element $t\in S$ such that, for every $s\in S$, the equality of two submodules in $N$ $$ stM\cap N=s(tM\cap N) $$ holds?

Or, at least, can one find an element $t\in S$ such that the above equality holds for a cofinal subset of elements $s\in S$ (in the divisibility preorder)?

A straightforward attempt to argue similarly to the Hilbert Basis Theorem proof of the Artin-Rees lemma does not seem to work, as the ring $\bigoplus_{s\in S}sR$ does not have to be graded Noetherian when the multiplicative set $S$ is not finitely generated.