2 edition of Planning and industrial noise pollution found in the catalog.
Planning and industrial noise pollution
1990 by University ofManchester, Dept. of Planning and Landscape in Manchester .
Written in English
|Statement||Sara McLaughlin and Christopher Wood.|
|Series||Occasional paper -- no.23|
|Contributions||Wood, Christopher, 1944-, University of Manchester. Department of Planning and Landscape.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
Any industrial or commercial development must not cause an increase in background noise levels at the nearest noise sensitive property, or at the boundary of the property. The guidance generally recommends that noise levels within residential properties should not exceed the World Health Organisation values where practicable. but a third jeopardy-noise pollution-has only recently begun to gain atten-tion. Since the industrial revolution the daily lives of people, particularly in urban environments, have been invaded by unwanted and disruptive sounds. Traffic noise, which has been generally accepted without complaint until recently, has become intolerably noticeable.
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