sound pollution


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sound pollution

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Sound pollution has increased both outside and inside homes.
It will also decrease traffic jams and sound pollution," he added.
It is believed that the lack of knowledge of the population with regard to legislation and the damage that the sound pollution can cause to people's health and the environment, associated with the fear of reprisal from the respondent, the slowness of Justice suggesting impunity, inhibit the action of the community, causing her generally to neglect her own welfare, giving up her most fundamental rights.
As an example, dumps and flood areas and air and sound pollution are exposed.
Some other hidden benefits will be less rush on roads and around clinics in bigger cities, lesser release of toxic gasses from the transport, less sound pollution, and better productivity.
The Community and environment benefit from the reduced carbon emissions, sound pollution and the use of sustainable green products on project.
The company contested the validity of the region's regulation, which sets limit values for sound pollution caused by aeroplanes flying over the region.
Indeed, it's known that plants significantly improve air quality, reduce sound pollution, increase biodiversity, insulate buildings and coolsweltering cities in summer.
Plants significantly improve the surrounding air quality, reduce sound pollution, increase biodiversity, insulate buildings and cool our sweltering cities.
Indeed, it's known that plants significantly improve the surrounding air quality, reduce sound pollution, increase biodiversity, insulate buildings and cool our sweltering cities in the summer.
The rapporteur also seems ready to only consider air pollution and sound pollution as external costs.
Another model of theirs is Vito E-Cell inner city van, which runs on electricity and is free of sound pollution as it runs completely silently.