Huge health problems in Australia by those exposed to windfarm infrasound.
A particular case in point, followed and highlighted by radio king Alan Jones, has been the despicable treatment of Anne Gardner by wind-industry giants AGL.
By Paul Homewood
A “clear link” between the amount of noise emitted by an energy site and irritation experienced by nearby residents was identified in a report commissioned by the Department of Energy and Climate Change last year.
Published this week, the paper said there was an “increased risk” of suffering from sleep deprivation from turbines exceeding 40 decibels.
But the prospect of a sleepless night was generally an “indirect” link caused by the frustration evoked from having a loud wind farm in your community, it added.
The review recommended that “excessive” noise should be clamped down on, citing potential measures such as modifying the turbine blade.
The findings ratcheted up pressure on the Government to be more heavy handed with noisy farms, with one MP calling for them to be “shut down permanently”.
Complaints about noise disturbance can range from the steady swishing noise from the blade to…
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