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Noise monitoring can be used for the purpose of establishing the existing ambient noise levels in the area of the proposed or existing facility, or for verifying operational phase noise levels. Programs that you would need for noise monitoring should be designed and conducted by a trained specialists. Monitoring periods are sufficient for statistical analysis and may last 48 hours with the use of noise monitors that should be capable of logging data over the period of time. Acoustic indices recorded depends on the noise being monitored, as established by a noise expert. Lastly, monitors should be located approximately 1.5 m above the ground and no closer than 3.

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Post Date: 11/29/2017



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