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noise

noun ado, blare, blatancy, cacophony, clamor, clangor, clatter, cry, din, discord, fanfare, fracas, harsh sound, hubbub, hullabaloo, jangle, loudness, outcry, pandemonium, racket, ruckus, ruction, sonitus, sound, stir, strepitus, tumult, unnleasant sound, uproar, vociferance
Associated concepts: disturbing the peace, noise pollution, nuisance
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The existing law from 2007 states that it is illegal to cause noise pollution but does not specify the levels of noise allowed, making it difficult to implement.
The ITP has also engaged students of various schools and colleges to create awareness among the citizens about noise pollution," he added.
He narrated that he had observed complete noise pollution in his routine life in office, home and bazaars.
Better urban planning and using different types of car tires could help reduce the effects of noise pollution.
To calculate noise pollution level of the area with use of physic and wave relations, complex equations are resulted.
Lootah said the collected data will be analysed later to identify areas experiencing high levels of noise pollution.
According to the European Commission, environmental noise pollution relates to ambient sound levels beyond comfort levels as caused by traffic, construction, industrial, as well as some recreational activities.
The auto workshops are causing noise pollution in the area.
While preserves have been created to protect rivers, forests, and even the darkness of the night sky, he notes, "There is not one place on planet Earth set off-limits to noise pollution.
In addition to the ethical and environmental concerns around the continued mining of fossils fuels and the release of CO2 gasses into the atmosphere, we need to know more about the risks of, for example, land subsidence, noise pollution, underground fires and water contamination.
The ministry has increased the frequency of its inspections for noise pollution and has fined establishments, such as nightclubs, a total amount of TL 863,613 across all the 81 provinces of Turkey.
The council's noise pollution team suggests noisy household equipment should be placed away from partition walls, loud DIY should be done during daytime hours, as well as keeping the volume of TV, radio and music as low as possible, especially late at night.