WHAT IS OFFENSIVE NOISE? A CASE STUDY IN NSW
- Options for Assessment and Regulation of Low Frequency Noise. Jabben, Jan; Verheijen, Edwin // Journal of Low Frequency Noise, Vibration & Active Control;Vol. 31 Issue 4, p225
Dutch legal limits for Lden noise levels are different for road traffic, railways, industry and airports. A justification for these differences might be found in the difference between dose-response relationships for noise annoyance. Nevertheless, frequently situations occur where people...
- AMERICAN-INDIAN CASINO CAUSES INTERNATIONAL NOISE PROBLEMS. // Noise Notes;Oct2006, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p25
The article reports on the problem concerning noise pollution generated at the American-Indian casino on the tribal land in Florida which doesn't fall under the local jurisdiction, thereby creating a situation of uncertainty in the region.
- A419 CAMPAIGNERS WANT CHEAP AND NOISY ROAD SURFACE TO BE REPLACED. // Noise & Vibration Bulletin;Apr2013, p114
The article reports on the willingness of the A419 campaigners to replace cheap and noise road surface in the two cities of England, such as Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.
- Keep the noise down. Farooq, Nasar // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;6/19/2008, Vol. 198 Issue 4532, p48
The article elaborates an query from the reader of the publication on the impact of Control of Noise at Work Regulation to his business in Great Britain. The rule mandates that all hotel, pub and club operators should take steps in protecting the hearing of its employees. It is advised that...
- A PROFITABLE ORDINANCE. // Noise Notes;Oct2006, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p30
The article offers information on the addition of about 500 new citations under the noise ordinances in Aurora, Illinois.
- Battle of the Boombox. Schultz, Sue // Governing;Oct1999, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p37
Deals with the strategies of local governments in the U.S. in controlling noise pollution. Program initiated in Fort Lupton, Colorado; Problems of communities in states lacking anti-noise laws; Alternatives to a nuisance law.
- Go Ahead, Scream for Ice Cream. // Food Management;Feb2006, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p96
The article focuses on the update in New York City's noise code which affected Mister Softee Inc. The instantly-recognizable jingle pumped out by the company's fleet of colorful ice cream trucks was defined as noise pollution in the updated code. This caused Mister Softee trucks to limit playing...
- Keeping the noise down. Smith, Natalie // Metro (NZ);Sep2007, Issue 314, p24
The article presents information about the Resource Management Act (RMA) passed in New Zealand, according to which people are not allowed to make excessive noise. It is stated that this act is enforced upon by Auckland City noise control officers in guidance from RMA. Information is given about...
- Ordinances and enforcement. // Noise & Vibration Worldwide;Jan2009, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p43
The article reports on the noise control ordinance that requires decibel meter for enforcement at the Denham Springs in Louisiana. It is stated that the decibel meter had to be calibrated before use, and could only be used by certified officers. The law is said to provide statutory controls to...