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Noise Blocking Plants - Tips For Using Shrubs And Trees As A ...

The most visually appealing way to block noise is with a dense growth of plants. Noise blocking plants are especially useful in urban areas where refracted noise from hard surfaces, such as buildings and pavement, are problematic. An advantage to using plants as noise blockers is that they absorb sounds best in the high frequencies that people find most annoying. Lets take a closer look at using noise reducing plants. You should plant noise reducing plants as you would a hedge. Space them so tha

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OSHA Technical Manual (OTM) | Section III: Chapter 5 - Noise ...

Aug 15, 2013 · Controlling noise by locating or relocating the source should be considered for the design and equipment layout of new plant areas and for reconfiguring existing production areas. A simple rule to follow is to keep machines, processes, and work areas of approximately equal noise level together, and separate particularly noisy and quiet areas by ...

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Controlling hazardous noise in the construction industry ...

locate noisy plant (eg: generators, compressors, pumps and concrete batching plant) as far as possible from sensitive boundaries and main work areas, as work allows; isolate the noise source in an insulated room or enclosure, eg: box compressors

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Using Trees and Shrubs to Reduce Noise | Arbor Day Blog

Aug 26, 2010 · Noise from vehicles and others sources can reduce one’s enjoyment of being outdoors. Dense, tree buffers can reduce noise to levels that allow normal outdoor activities to occur. For instance, a 100-foot wide planted buffer will reduce noise by 5 to 8 decibels (dBA). If one uses a barrier in the buffer such as a landform can significantly increase buffer effectiveness (10 to 15 dBA reduction ...

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Controlling Noise on Construction Sites - LHSFNA

Typical noise level of 95-102 dB(A) (at operator position with no noise control cab) Not actual vehicle from study Solutions: Benefits: Costs: Noise control cab w/ air conditioning 82-90 dB(A) $12-15,000, 60-140 h Add sound suppression to existing cab 82-90 dB(A) $500-1000, 30-80 h

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