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  • The Noise Consultancy, LLC - Noise consulting services to municipalities, industry and impacted residents, including: sound studies; ordinance development; enforcement issues; acoustical modeling; planning and zoning; impact statements; private and public nuisance advocacy.
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  • Noise Pollution Clearinghouse - An information resource with online database. Campaigns on specific noise issues and distributes "Quiet Zone" newsletter. Offers CD demonstrating worst noise offenders. Often quoted by major media.
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  • Alaska Quiet Rights Coalition - Dedicated to protecting the rights of Alaskans to quiet places for the benefit of public land users, private property owners, and visitors.
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  • Ban the Cannons - British Columbia group dedicated to stopping noise from propane cannons used to scare birds away from blueberry farms.
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  • Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: Noise and Nuisance - UK government activities and information related to environmental noise and neighbourhood noise. Includes noise maps for England.
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  • The EU Policy on Environmental Noise - European Commission policy and directive on noise reduction. Includes links to full text of key papers.
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  • Farm Noise and Hearing Project - South Australian network of farmers and health professionals promoting hearing conservation in rural communities.
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  • GrowNYC's Noise Abatement Committee - New York City non-profit organization offering assistance to anti-noise groups in the United States and abroad.
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  • Hearing Damage and Loud Music - On the relationship between loud noise and ear damage, with particular reference to young people and loud music.
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  • Honku: Haiku about Traffic Noise - An international movement grown from one man's therapeutic exercise to alleviate the pain and suffering caused by too many honking vehicles outside his apartment window in Brooklyn, New York.
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  • Hush the Bus - A group of Hong Kong residents fed up with unnecessary advertising and other broadcasting on commuter buses.
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  • International Commission on Biological Effects of Noise - Sponsoring international congresses every 5 years since 1968, this organization's members are recognized as the leading authorities on the subject of noise and health.
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  • Loud Car Stereos - Bulletin from the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing.
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  • Lower the Boom - Anti-boomcar information.
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  • Noise & Health - An inter-disciplinary international journal devoted to research on all aspects of noise and its effects on human health.
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  • Noise Abatement Society - Promotes ways to combat antisocial noise. The Society's annual John Connell Awards recognize local initiatives to address noise complaints.
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  • Noise and the Noise Control Act - US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) documents concerning federal noise control.
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  • Noise and Traffic - Information on effects of noise on people, noise regulations and standards, and control of noise production by vehicles and machinery.
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  • Noise Center at the Center for Hearing and Communication - A not-for-profit organization promoting hearing conservation and noise awareness through education, advocacy and outreach. Located in New York and Florida, United States.
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  • Noise Free America - NFA's monthly "Dirty Dozen" awards spotlight worst noise polluters.
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  • Noise Help - Practical information and a variety of approaches for dealing with everyday noise problems.
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  • Noise/News International - Noise Control Engineering information and activities worldwide. Includes quarterly magazine, member societies, technical reports, and announcements of meetings and conferences.
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  • NoiseNet.org - Mainly a business directory, but also a source of good information.
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  • NoiseOFF - Coalition of world citizens combating the urban blight of unwanted human-created sound that is annoying, distracting, painful, or physically harmful.
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  • Noisy Neighbours - Describes solutions for noisy neighbours: What can be done, how to deal with the situation and what the law says in the UK. Includes discussion forum.
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  • Pipedown - Campaigns in Britain and internationally against piped music in public places.
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  • Quiet Corners - Reviews of places without piped music. Includes restaurants, pubs, hotels, and places to relax, shop, and meet. Reviews submitted by members of the UK-based Pipedown campaign.
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  • Quiet DC - Focuses on noise problems in the Washington, DC, metro area.
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  • Quiet Use Coalition - Quiet use of wilderness areas is presented as a normal use and argues against enabling gas engine, motorized machines in the quiet, national forests in U.S.
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  • Right to Quiet Society - Vancouver (British Columbia) nonprofit society for soundscape awareness and protection, working to raise awareness of the value, benefits, and difficulties in obtaining quiet.
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  • Rutgers Noise Technical Assistance Center - Providing training in sound level measurement for enforcement of municipal noise codes, the center has been providing assistance for over 35 years.
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  • Scientific Interdisciplinary Ecology and Noise Committee - Argentina group promoting public noise awareness and advising citizens and city officials on noise problems.
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  • Stress and Noise - Franklin Institute Report.
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  • UK Legislation - Noise Act 1996 - Full text of UK act regarding noise emitted from dwellings at night.
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  • UK Noise Association - UK voluntary non-charitable campaigning organisation that also carries out research and produces publications.
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  • World Forum for Acoustic Ecology - International association concerned with the state of the world's soundscapes. Includes membership details, resource links, and instructions for signing up for their discussion list.
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