Noise Pollution

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Noise Pollution by Mind Map: Noise Pollution

1. Effects of noise pollution

1.1. Effects on general health

1.2. Hearing

1.3. High blood pressure

1.4. Coronary disease

2. Noise pollution prevention and control tips

2.1. Construction of soundproof rooms for noisy machines in industrial and manufacturing installations must be encouraged. This is also important for residential building—noisy machines should be installed far from sleeping and living rooms, like in a basement or garage.

2.2. Use of horns with jarring sounds, motorbikes with damaged exhaust pipes, noisy trucks to be banned.

2.3. Noise producing industries, airports, bus and transport terminals and railway stations to sighted far from where living places.

2.4. Community law enforcers should check the misuse of loudspeakers, worshipers, outdoor parties and discos, as well as public announcements systems.

2.5. Community laws must silence zones near schools / colleges, hospitals etc.

2.6. Vegetation (trees) along roads and in residential areas is a good way to reduce noise pollution as they absorb sound.