This report presents infrasound measurements and results from attenuation testing of rural properties in Australia and New Zealand that indicate that the Director General’s Environmental Assessment report dated 25 November 2013 may have been ill informed.
Suggestions have been made to redress the perceived problems with modifications to the proposed noise conditions.
Issues such as amplitude modulation and infrasound should be included within the noise conditions, and the noise targets to protect the health of residents should be clearly identified.
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