Latest Noise regulation Stories
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...
Acoustiblok noise barrier material provided the level of privacy and sound proofing needed for police officials, crime victims and witnesses without fear of being overheard outside of the departmentâ€™s interview and interrogation rooms. Ceres, CA (PRWEB) July 11, 2011 With the installation of Acoustiblok noise abatement material in the ceilings and walls of two critical rooms within the Ceres Police Departmentâ€™s downtown headquarters, witnesses and victims will be afforded the...
University of Adelaide acoustics researchers are investigating the causes of wind turbine noise with the aim of making them quieter and solving 'wind turbine syndrome'.
CHICAGO, May 24, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Etymotic Research (www.etymotic.com), an innovator in hearing wellness solutions and the inventor of in-ear technology, today announced enhancements to its hf3 and mc3 noise-isolating earphones which let consumers experience the highest noise isolation and sound quality, while at the same time still being completely aware of their surroundings.
Noise pollution in the oceans has been shown to cause physical and behavioral changes in marine life, especially in dolphins and whales, which rely on sound for daily activities.
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