Control of noise pollution, Biology

Following ways can be used for control of noise pollution:

  1. It can be controlled by designing, fabricating and using quiter machines.
  2. In heavy industries, sound proof insulating jackets or filters should be used by workers to reduce noise from machines.
  3. A silent zone around 100 meters of hospitals and schools can give comfort to ailing patients and allows smooth studies to students.
  4. Forest and dense growth of hedge bushes can effectively act as noise barrier.
  5. Trees should be planted along high ways, streets and other places which act as barrier between source and hearer.
  6. Efforts must be taken to create awareness among the general public about harmful effect of Noise pollution.

 

 

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