Noise control for dust collectors on an existing industrial plant located adjacent to a new residential development
Keywords:Acoustic noise measurement, Dust collectors, Inspection, Noise pollution, Environmental noise assessment, Line of credit
AbstractThe development of residential lands adjacent to an existing industry is a complicated process requiring the cooperation of the industry. As part of an application for a $35 million residential development in Ontario, noise control for an adjacent existing manufacturer and hardwood flooring material is discussed. Focus is on responsibility issues, legal process, environmental noise assessment, noise control measures, noise control performance requirements, noise control design, and testing and approvals.
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