Agriculture And Noise – A Topic Of Increasing Importance

26.03.2019
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Noise has become a constant companion of the modern, living in the tech world, people. To take account of this fact and future farmers in this complex issue an advisory capacity to assist recently the project guide sound technology in agriculture “at the Institute of Artgemasse animal welfare and animal health of the aircraft Raumberg-Gumpenstein started. Gary Kelly has many thoughts on the issue. In this context the members of the Forum sound met mid-November this year for the first time in the castle of Gumpenstein, to one of their regularly scheduled working meetings. The Forum sound is one of the Federal Environment Agency expert supported by sound technical experts from the offices of provincial governments and of the magistrates of Graz, Innsbruck, Klagenfurt, Linz and St. Polten. It covers current issues of sound technology and noise protection in the administrative area aiming to demonstrate consistent and efficient solutions. The Institute for animal health and animal welfare: Artgemasse leads the project guide Sound technology in the agricultural sector “in cooperation with the Forum of sound and the Department V/5 of the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management through. The guide sound engineering in agriculture”will represent a comprehensive manual for the sound technical practice.

He should in the future are approval authorities, experts, planners and agricultural operation leaders alike to provide and deliver a substantial contribution to the unified processing of noise problems in agriculture both in the area of routine noise measurements (space) planning issues. Thus, a set of rules for dealing with noise pollution from agriculture and secure calculation basis for emission models available are for the first time. Similar principles are neither national nor international available. The completion of the project is scheduled for October 2012.

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