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Traffic signs manual chapter 5 road markings (2003) -
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Surveys show that noise is an important environmental concern for most Australians. The potential sound reduction from a highly insulating wall can be substantially reduced by poor window design. Use acoustic mounts or pads for clothes washers and dryers.

For a combination of sound and thermal insulation use double glazing. Keep pedestrian and vehicle thoroughfares away from bedrooms and living rooms. These include the type of noise (one person’s music might be another person’s noise), our mood, the time of day, background noise levels and our expectations.

Dense vegetation can significantly reduce noise transmission in a number of ways — a soft earth surface reduces the intensity of low frequency sound by absorbing its energy, and leaves and stems scatter high frequency sound waves. Avoid putting laundries, bathrooms or living rooms next to, above or below bedrooms without adequate sound insulation. Communities usually agree about what noise volumes are acceptable and what are not. Pay special attention to details that might affect the integrity of sound insulation such as power points and plasterboard joints.

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    Regular exposure for more than one minute to 110dB risks permanent hearing loss, and prolonged exposure to any noise at or above 85dB can cause gradual hearing loss (NIDCD 2012). If pumps can’t be placed far enough away, build a noise reduction enclosure, but make sure it does not undermine the efficiency of the equipment by blocking air flow. The best protection against noise is to avoid making it in the first place, or by ensuring that noise sources are not too close.

    This is particularly useful between inhabited and uninhabited spaces like laundries. Install bulk insulation under floors to damp down noise and reduce noise transfer. They are ideal for reducing sound transmission on existing floors within a home.

    Double glazing and laminated glass are both effective at reducing noise provided the windows are closed and the frames are well sealed. Use cork, carpet or impact absorbing finishes instead of bare timber or tiles. High density insulation, multiple layers of plasterboard and foam backed plasterboard also help control noise transmission — internal stud walls can be filled with high density insulation which provides acoustic insulation and also increases thermal resistance. Although the BCA specifies no sound insulation requirements within dwellings it is important to consider sound transmission in homes now that multiple TVs, sound systems and bathrooms are common.