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02 - The main characteristics of industrial noise
03 - What is industrial noise pollution?
04 - What are some examples of industrial noise?
07 - What are the 4 types of industrial noise?
08 - What are common industrial noise levels?
09 - Negative effects of industrial noise pollution
Industrial noise pollution refers to the excessive and disruptive noise created by industrial activities, with adverse effects on the environment, human health and overall quality of life.
The term "pollution" in this context is crucial, as it underlines the negative impact of noise on various aspects of our environment, including the natural environment and human well-being.
In the evolution of modern industry, noise has emerged as a major player, expressing the vigor and vitality of various industrial activities.
This set of sounds, known as industrial noise, emanates from a range of sources within factories, construction sites, manufacturing plants and other industrial areas.
The negative effects of industrial noise pollution are considerable, affecting various aspects of human life and the environment.
The problem of industrial noise doesn't have to go unaddressed.
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