Latest Noise regulation Stories
Sparrows, blackbirds and the great tit are all birds known to sing at a higher pitch (frequency) in urban environments.
Power outages are a common occurrence in the Dominican Republic, and industrial noise pollution from emergency generators is a growing concern.
Nine out of 10 city dwellers may have enough harmful noise exposure to risk hearing loss, and most of that exposure comes from leisure activities.
A study by the University of the Americas (Universidad de la Américas Puebla) in Mexico and the Basque Institute for Agricultural Research and Development, Neiker-Tecnalia, highlights the fact that noise pollution has negative effects on songbirds in cities.
Installing Acoustiblok All Weather Sound Panels around four extremely high decibel vacuum pumps, a Wisconsin-based pizza crust manufacturer brought noise levels down to levels below OSHA standards â€“ low enough to protect the hearing and health of staff working around the pumps and eliminating the need for industrial earplugs. Green Bay, WI (PRWEB) August 08, 2011 A Green Bay pizza crust manufacturer installed Acoustiblok® All Weather Sound Panels around four industrial vacuum...
Acoustifence and QuietFiber are combined in a weekend DIY soundproofing project for a Maryland homeowner looking to quiet his backyard emergency generator. Rockville, MD (PRWEB) August 01, 2011 Maryland resident John Rachlin spent one weekend in July building and installing a noise deadening barrier around his home emergency generator unit using Acoustiblok sound reduction materials, a DIY project intended to bring the generatorâ€™s noise levels down to local compliance levels, while...
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