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This is a continuing series of articles on pollution. This is the fifth part of the series.
Any unwanted or unpleasant sound which is in the wrong place at the wrong time is noise pollution.
The decibel scale measures loudness. Noise of very high intensity levels can cause in severe cases, injury to the human ear.
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Noise Level in dB (A) Leq
Sound above the level of 80 dB is considered not suitable for humans. The sources of noise pollution can be-
Effects of Noise Pollution-
Control of Noise Pollution-
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