Statutory Nuisance Noise Monitoring
Environmental and Nuisance Noise Assessment Technology
For a noise to form a statutory nuisance it must fall under one of the following:
unreasonably and substantially interfere with the use or enjoyment of a home or other premises
injure health or be likely to injure health
These commonly arise from domestic noise sources, such as loud music, barking dogs, burglar alarms and late-night parties; Commercial Noise, such as factory noise, fan noise, chiller noise, delivery noise, construction site noise and music from pubs and clubs and also Street Noise that include car alarms, ice cream chimes, machinery operating in the road and the use of loudspeakers.
Below we offer a range of monitors that are compliant with BS5228 and BS4142
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