We have contacted the EPA in Washington and Boston, MA . They have washed their hands of any investigation into the Smart Grid Noise pollution on the powerlines!!! This is a criminal offense and a violation of our human rights. We want action and will not stop until you do your jobs and stop the collusion with Utilities/corps who are harming the public with the Smart Grid Technology being employed in every community in America. Citizens are being harmed. Their lives are being destroyed because of the domino effect of the Smart meter harm. This is disgusting, criminal behavior. There is no regard for human lives. No consideration or acknowledgement of the suffering the smart meter technology has wreaked on our lives. You are banking on the ignorant and uninformed to buy time; while you cash in on the billions of dollars profit you are enjoying. We don’t have any government agency fighting for us. Why? Where are you? We are not going away. You will be facing a huge lawsuit. it is coming and justice will be done. Who is behind this iron curtain? Show your ugly, spineless, faces so we can fight fairly……Sandaura
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Title IV – Noise Pollution
The 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments added a new title IV, relating to acid deposition control, without repealing the existing title IV, relating to noise pollution. The U.S. Code designates the original title IV (noise pollution) as subchapter IV and the new title IV (acid deposition control) as subchapter IV-A.
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What is Noise Pollution?
The traditional definition of noise is “unwanted or disturbing sound”. Sound becomes unwanted when it either interferes with normal activities such as sleeping, conversation, or disrupts or diminishes one’s quality of life. The fact that you can’t see, taste or smell it may help explain why it has not received as much attention as other types of pollution, such as air pollution, or water pollution. The air around us is constantly filled with sounds, yet most of us would probably not say we are surrounded by noise. Though for some, the persistent and escalating sources of sound can often be considered an annoyance. This “annoyance” can have major consequences, primarily to one’s overall health.
Noise pollution adversely affects the lives of millions of people. Studies have shown that there are direct links between noise and health. Problems related to noise include stress related illnesses, high blood pressure, speech interference, hearing loss, sleep disruption, and lost productivity. Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) is the most common and often discussed health effect, but research has shown that exposure to constant or high levels of noise can cause countless adverse health affects.
Learn more about the health effects:
The Noise Effects Handbook, Office of Noise Abatement and Control, US EPA, 1981 Exit
Noise and Its Effects, by Dr. Alice H. Suter, Administrative Conference of the United States, November 1991 Exit