Free Essays on Noise Pollution

  1. Noise Pollution

    Noise Pollution The nature of sound Sound, a manifestation of vibration, travels in wave patterns through solids, liquids and gases. The waves, caused by vibration of the molecules, follow sine functions, typified by the amplitude and wavelength (or frequency) Sound waves of equal amplitude with...

  2. Noise Pollution

    Professor Machado EOH 350 T/Th April 29, 2010 Noise Pollution and Its Impact “Calling noise a nuisance is like calling smog an inconvenience. Noise must be considered a hazard to the health of people everywhere.” -William H. Stewart The word noise is derived from the Latin word nausea meaning...

  3. Main Causes of Pollution in Urban and Rural Areas

    regarding to the Main Causes Of “Pollution In Urban And Rural Areas”.Kindly go through the report thoroughly and give feedback accordingly. T.A “MAIN CAUSES OF POLLUTION IN URBAN AND RURAL AREAS” CAUSES OF LAND POLLUTION: ...

  4. Noise Pollution Details in Kolkata

    Report of assessment of Noise Pollution survey in Kolkata during Kali puja & Diwali Festivals- 2005 Introduction: The use of loudspeakers is regulated in terms of the Rules under the Environment Protection Act (1986) as well as the orders of the Supreme Court and the Calcutta High Court. The Police...

  5. pollution

    There are mainly following types of pollutions: 1. Air Pollution 2. Water Pollution 3. Chemical Pollution 4. Land Ozone-sphere Pollution 5. Land and Soil Pollution 6. Food Contaminants 7. Noise Pollution 8. Modern Pollutions 1. Air Pollution: The major component of the biosphere is air with­out...

  6. Effects of Building a Factory in a Community

    include the development of the community area and increased job opportunities, mainly for the residents. On the other hand, the disadvantages include pollution to the environment and risking the extinction of some floras and faunas To begin with, when a factory is built, it offers the community with more...

  7. Mt Life

    many can be placed on mountain and hilltops. wind turbines do not cause pollution, like coal factories, and wind is a renewable resource. it is also free, and wind power should become cheaper than fuel in the next few years. wind turbines are self sufficient, just place them and watch 'em spin! also...

  8. Car Stereo Speakers: Turn Them Down

    federal Noise Control Regulation of 1995 governs noise emitted from vehicles, including amplified music, enforcement varies across the nation. The law states that neighborhood noise is left to local police and city councils (Noise Control). In many communities, police have been slow to enforce noise ordinances...

  9. pollution

    Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light. Pollutants, the components of pollution, can be either foreign substances/energies or naturally occurring contaminants...

  10. PSY 460 UOP Course Tutorial/ Tutorialrank

    Question 1 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Individual Assignment The Effects of Population Density and Noise Paper (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Team Assignment Environmental Stressors Presentation (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 (UOP Course) ...

  11. Pollution and Its Control

    Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into a natural environment that causes instability, disorder, harm or discomfort to the ecosystem i.e. physical systems or living organisms.[1] Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat, or light. Pollutants, the elements...

  12. PSY 460 UOP Course Tutorial / Tutorialrank

    Question 1 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Individual Assignment The Effects of Population Density and Noise Paper (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Team Assignment Environmental Stressors Presentation (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 (UOP Course) ...

  13. Noise Pollution and Control in Hk

    CCCH9008 Noise Pollution and Control in HK Two important characteristics of sound or noise Frequency of Sound Sound is the quickly varying pressure wave travelling through a medium. When sound travels through air, the atmospheric pressure varies periodically. The number of pressure variations...

  14. Noise Pollution

    quiet place. Noise Pollution can be defined as unwanted or offensive sound that unreasonably intrude into our daily activities. In urban areas noise pollution is everywhere, whether we like it or not this is part of everyday life. If the ears was irritated to the sound it is called noise. This is defined...

  15. Voice Polution in Drama Theme

    1. Shruti:-Dear Friends today pollution has become the major concern in the cities, out of all sorts of pollutions noise pollution is amongst the major problems in the cities. 2. Alvita:-We now present you a play on noise pollution. The characters are as follows- Shruti as Bird; Alvita as Cuckoo; Saba...

  16. An Assessment of the Impact of Aircraft Noise on Residential Property Value

    Techincal State University | |An assessment of the impact of aircraft noise on residential property value | |TSCM 425 ...

  17. Environment Laws in India

    Citywise Estimated Pollution Loads Name Of Town | Flow (MLD) | BOD (M.T.D) | Yamuna nagar | 28 | 4.15 | Karnal | 23 | 3.45 | Panipat | 25 | 3.75 | Sonipat | 19 | 8.10 | Gurgaon | 20 | 3.03 | Faridabad | 102 | 15.15 | Delhi | 1700 | 132 | Saharanpur | 45 | 6.75 | Muzaffarnagar | 35...

  18. Pollution

    Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers and groundwater). Water pollution occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds. Water pollution affects plants and organisms...

  19. Noise Pollution

    Noise pollution is excessive, displeasing human, animal or machine-created environmental noise that disrupts the activity or balance of human or animal life. The word noise comes from the Latin word nauseas, meaning seasickness. The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly construction and transportation...

  20. Sand type and characteristics of high-performance What?

    hardness. Its product is of cubic shape and the density of piling up is high and the iron pollution is low. Slightly influenced by the humidity of material. The working noise is less than 75 decibels and dust pollution is on lower side. Characteristics of River Gravel Sand Making Machine: River Gravel...

  21. Revolutionizing the Way of Living

    dependences on technology, such as the internet, computers, cell phones etc. Yet one of the biggest problems is pollution. Three types of pollution that dominate; they are water, air and noise pollution. Water is one of the several resources that we need most, many people can survive without food for several...

  22. Congestion Charging

    and control number of road usage for a big city. As the number of cars are increasing continuously and so there is an increase with the amount of pollution. The government know that and find the method to encounter with it. So, they launch an ideal solution as called “pay as you go road charging”. Road...

  23. Noise Pollution

    Noise is defined as unwanted sound. Sound, which pleases the listeners, is music and that which causes pain and annoyance is noise. At times, what is music for some can be noise for others2 Noise can be described as sound without agreeable musical quality or as an unwanted or undesired sound. Thus...

  24. Noise Pollution - a Overview of Acoustic Noise Levels

    Noise Pollution (Introduction) Natural sounds—waves, wind bird songs—are so soothing that companies sell tapes of them to anxious people seeking a relaxing atmosphere at home or in the car. One reason why “environmental sounds’’ are big business is the fact that ordinary citizens, especially city...

  25. PSY 460 UOP Course / Tutorialrank

    Question 1 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Individual Assignment The Effects of Population Density and Noise Paper (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Team Assignment Environmental Stressors Presentation (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 (UOP Course) ...

  26. How to decrease the pollution of energy giving

    How to decrease the pollution of energy giving Introduction The topic of this essay is about power and energy. People cannot exist without power and energy. Power and energy are the most important things for human beings. Light bulb needs energy to light. Train and airplane can not move without...

  27. Environmental Pollution

    least reduce this danger. Our precious earth is daily polluted in a variety of ways such as air pollution, water, soil, chemical, smoke, noise, radioactive, thermal, waste, energy, oil and urban pollution. It is an urgent problem needing a solution and is mainly in the hands of the youth today. To...

  28. Noise Pollution

    sources of noise pollution Introduction to sources of noise pollution:.. Sources of Noise Pollution Appliances used in the home such as mixer grinders, vacuum cleaners, washing machines, loudspeakers, television sets and music systems used with high volumes are the main sources of this kind of pollution...

  29. Causes and Effects of Noise Pollution

    Causes And Effects Of Noise Pollution Noise can be defined as an unwanted or undesired sound. Decibel is the standard unit for measurement of sound. Usually 80 db is the level at which sound becomes physically painful. And can be termed as noise. Humans, animals, plants and even inert objects like...

  30. Environmental pollution

    Environmental pollution refers to the introduction of harmful pollutants into the environment. The major types of environmental pollution are air pollution, water pollution, noise pollution, thermal pollution, soil pollution and light pollution. Deforestation and hazardous gaseous emissions also leads...

  31. Science

    hand, they have taken intentional steps towards their destruction. Air pollution and irrational over-consumption of natural resources have disruptive impact and negative effects on the beings on earth. The ever-increasing pollution and destruction of the environment causes irreparable damage and poses...

  32. The Effects of Population Density and Noise

    The Effects of Population Density and Noise PSY/460 The Effects of Population Density and Noise Currently about three-and-a-half billion people live on less than three percent of the world’s land surface (Jiang, Young, & Hardee, 2008). By the year 2015, approximately half of the population...

  33. Enhance Effectiveness of Sandstone Production Line with 'Reduction'

    environment protection needs reduction, less high energy consumption enterprise, less high pollution industries. The pollution brought by the sandstone production includes powder pollution and noise pollution, which means we should take three steps to solve this problem which are sealing the dust producer...

  34. Air Pollution Effects on Human Lives

    Air Pollution Factsheet Air pollution consists of substances present in the atmosphere in high enough levels to harm humans, other animals, plants, or materials. Air pollution can result from human activities such as driving cars. It can also come from natural sources, such as smoke from forest fires...

  35. essay

    there are also some disadvantages for us to live in urban areas. First, there is plenty of pollution in the city. Compared with the country, the air in the city is much dirtier. There is also a lot of noise pollution in the city. For example, many people get respiratory diseases in Hong Kong because they...

  36. Noise Pollution

    Traffic related noise pollution accounts for nearly two-third of the total noise pollution in an urban area. Noise, a by product of urbanization, industrialization and motorization, is increasingly recognized as an environmental nuisance that effects human health and wellbeing. Traffic noise on existing...

  37. Noise

    Recommendation: Noise pollution is not a necessary price to pay for living in an industrial society. Much can be done to reduce the severity of the problem. For example, vehicles and other machines can be built to produce less noise. Four-cycle engines can replace much noisier two-cycle engines in...

  38. Ball mill noise Comprehensive Treatment Technology

    But the large ball mill noise problems in the production process is very serious, the surrounding environment causing serious pollution, improper handling will also affect the useful life of equipment, it must be timely and proper treatment. Energy-saving ball mill Noise mill consists of two parts...

  39. Environmental Issues in India

    Changing consumption pattern has led to rising demand for energy. The final outcomes of this are air pollution, global warming, climate change, water scarcity and water pollution. Pollution Water pollution Out of India's 3,119 towns and cities, just 209 have partial treatment facilities, and only 8 have...

  40. Pollution

    Pollution Pollution is an issue of concern in the modern world that we live in today. There are many types of pollution, namely air, water and noise. Pollution in our environment will undoubtedly affect our quality of life. Our naturally beautiful world becoming ugly because it is suffering from the...

  41. Mobile Crusher Plant Solves the Short Supply of Sand

    mill in cement productionIn addition, it is equipped with environmental protection devices of noise silencer, optimum noise absorption system, efficient dust removing system and suitable diesel noise and pollution discharge system. What is more, the release system can remotely control and hydraulically remove...

  42. motion on light pollution

    Ladies and Gentlemen, Today motion is that should there be laws to combat light pollution in Hong Kong. In 2005, laws were successfully passes to make light a nuisance, the same as noise and smell, in the United Kingdom. The same year in Italy, two new laws were enacted to enforce rules about...

  43. Ocean Deterioration - Essay

    | Marine pollution occurs when harmful, or potentially harmful effects, can result from the entry into the ocean of chemicals, particles, industrial, agricultural and residential waste, noise, or the spread of invasive organisms. Most sources of marine pollution are land based. The pollution often comes...

  44. Bhopal Case

    water, Water Pollution- Nepalese context, Arsenic pollution in Nepal Wastewater treatment: Wastewater microbiology, Characteristics of waste water, Municipal waste water treatment system, Reed Bed Waste water treatment system Air pollution: Physical and chemicals fundamentals, Air pollution perspectives...

  45. Noise Pollution in Dhanmondi

    Noise Pollution What would anyone say about noise pollution of Dhanmondi? The noise pollution in here is excessive. Noise pollution continues to pose a major health threat for Dhanmondi. People of Dhanmondi mostly suffer from the bad effects of noise pollution. Approximately 12 million people now...

  46. environmental problem

    substance of mankind. The result in numerous health problems. Air pollution is due to the direct implication of industrialization. The chimneys of industries emit smoke and vehicles have fumes, which directly contribute to air pollution. Any gaseous material not considered a a normal constituent of air...

  47. Noise Pollutioni N Cities

    Noise Pollution in Cities  Agenda: 1. What is Noise Pollution? 2. What causes Noise pollution? 3. What are the effects of Noise pollution in cities? 4. Measures to control Noise pollution. What is Noise Pollution?       Noise pollution is a type of energy pollution in which distracting...

  48. PSY 460 UOP Course / Tutorialrank

    Question 1 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Individual Assignment The Effects of Population Density and Noise Paper (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 3 Team Assignment Environmental Stressors Presentation (UOP Course) PSY 460 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 (UOP Course) ...

  49. Noise pollution

    introduction Noise pollution is the disturbing or excessive noise that may harm the activity or balance of human or animal life. The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly caused bymachines and transportation systems, motor vehicles, aircraft, and trains.[1][2] Outdoor noise is summarized...

  50. PSY 460 Week 5 Learning Team Assignment Implications For The Future Paper

    Learning Team Assignment Implications for the Future Paper Select an environmental problem that you can observe in your local community (i.e., air pollution, noise, traffic, waste disposal, water control, construction, crowding). Prepare a 2,000- to 2,200-word paper in which you assess the economic, political...

  51. Circuit board recycling machine characteristics

    reduce power consumption, and no noise, less artificial high automatic program, increased efficiency, covers an area of less at the same time, recycling waste electricity (line) road plate to the ideal production line at present. 7, less labor, no pollution, no noise, equipment flexibility. 2, the...

  52. Noise Pollution

    NOISE POLLUTION: A SLOW POISON Whether knowingly or unknowingly, every one of us contributes to noise pollution, because most of our day-to-day activities generate some noise. Often neglected, noise pollution adversely affects the human being leading to irritation, loss of concentration, loss of hearing...

  53. Environmental Noise

    Environmental Noise Becca Gillett Thursday December 19th 2013 Noise is a prominent part of our society and causes significant damage to our ears as well as increasing a risk of cardiovascular diseases. The field of environmental noise works to study what devices create the most noise and how we can...

  54. Airplane as an Important Invention

    some negative impacts of the invention too. The critics view that airplane has caused noise pollution in human culture, and has created disturbances. Lazic & Golaszewski (2006) are of the opinion that the noise created by airplane has caused serious problems on nervous system of the people living...

  55. counter urbanisation - Cutnall Green

    whose population has grown from 300 to 400 in 5 years. Causes Push Factors Shortage of attractive/affordable homes in urban areas. Congestion /Pollution Fear of crime Poor quality city schools. Pull Factors “Quieter” life. Affordable old buildings to renovate. Clean air Better environment for...

  56. Is Immigration from Egypt a Good Idea?

    these problems are continuously fading since the revolution. Three of the most debatable issues were unemployment, bad health care and environmental pollution. Many Egyptians contend that the economical conditions are getting better after the revolution. They argue that there is a tangible...

  57. PSY 460 ACADEMIC COACH / UOPHELP

    460 Week 3 Discussion Question 1 PSY 460 Week 3 Discussion Question 2 PSY 460 Week 3 Individual Assignment The Effects of Population Density and Noise Paper PSY 460 Week 3 Team Assignment Environmental Stressors Presentation PSY 460 Week 4 Discussion Question 1 PSY 460 Week 4 Discussion Question...

  58. Low noise Semi-gantry crane indoor or outdoor

    strong ability of lateral load proof 5.Three control modes: pendent line with press button control ,remote control or cabin control. 6.Low noise, no pollution 7.Excellent exchangeability for parts and components 8.Flexible installation and operation, convenient maintenance Semi gantry crane for...

  59. Sound Pollution

    Environments for Child Care and Preschool Settings 2009 Noise Pollution What is Noise Pollution? • • Noise pollution is unpleasant noise created by people or machines that can be annoying, distracting, intrusive, and/or physically painful.i Noise pollution can come from sources such as “…road traffic, jet...

  60. What Are the Causes and Effects of Water Pollution?

    What Are The Causes And Effects Of Water Pollution? Essay retrieved from http://www.antiessays.com/free-essays/2523.html What are the causes and effects of water pollution? Over two thirds of Earth's surface is covered by water; less than a third is taken up by land. As Earth's population continues...