Environmental Noise

By measuring, mapping and responding to environmental noise levels, we can safeguard health and improve the quality of life - and quality of sound - for people who live and work in areas affected by noise pollution.

From motorways to concert halls, cityscapes to waste disposal sites and production floors to offices, we all want our environment to be is as comfortable, safe and peaceful as possible. The effective management of environmental noise can safeguard our health and our quality of life.

By mapping and responding to noise levels / noise pollution in the environment, we can ensure compliance with regulations and maximize the comfort of those who work and live in the areas of concern. By understanding the sources in detail, we can work to reduce them effectively. And by perfecting the acoustics inside any space, we can optimize its ability to fulfill its functions. 

Here are some of the ways Brüel & Kjær can help you attain the right balance between noise pollution and the surrounding environment.

  • Noise Pollution: Urban Noise

    Noise pollution in urban environments directly affects the quality of life, and is a major concern and priority for municipal officials, city planners and entrepreneurs, and politicians alike.

  • Noise In The Workplace

    Establishing the amount of noise in the workplace from machines and equipment allows you to ensure proper protection for your employees.

  • Architectural Acoustics

    Architectural Acoustics encompasses both building acoustics, which focuses on sound transmission through walls, doors and floors, and room acoustics, which focuses on the behaviour of sound inside a room.