April 2012
Noise & Vibration Bulletin;Apr2012, p109
The article offers industrial news briefs. Charges put on two Blackburn companies as a retired electrical engineer suffered work related hearing loss. Plans for the implantation of 3.5 metre high acoustic barrier at Backwell recycling centre to reduce the amount of noise emanating from the site and Zoning Board has denied permit for two turbines outside Wareham, Massachusetts.


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