Unwanted noise is commonly known as annoying, but not many know the profound effects it may have on health. Noise pollution may not be on the national agenda as the primary concern, but its results are concerning. The primary sources of noise pollution are industrial sectors, machinery, transportation such as motor vehicles, aircraft, and lastly daily activities may contribute to noise pollution. Poor urban planning also adds to the problem. Excessive sound is harmful to human health, and the well being of animal wildlife.
According to research work conducted noise may also affect the digestive system. The noisy industrial environment is the prime cause for noise induced hearing loss among people. If a person is allowed to work in an environment where the noise is of more intensity and duration, then hearing loss will be the result. In 1976 Government of India had included Noise inducted Hearing Loss as notifiable disease as per section 89 of Factories Act
Noise pollution (or acoustic contamination) is called the excess of sound that disturb normal ambient conditions in a specific area. While noise does not accumulate, moved or maintained over time as other pollutants, can also cause extensive damage to the quality life of people, if is not well controlled. The term "noise pollution" refers to noise (defined as excessive and annoying sound) caused by human activities (traffic, industry, entertainment, aircraft, etc. ), which produces negative effects on hearing, physical health and mind of living beings. This term is closely related to the noise because this is when the noise is considered a contaminant.
Transportation is one of the basic sources of human nature civilizations. If there is no transportation on Land Sea and by air there may not be communication to human beings in this planet. But there is also side effects of transportation which it pollutes our earth makes difficult for man and animals. Pollution means the harmful wastes produced by humans which damage our environment in many ways. This pollution comes from households, vehicles, industries, and farms which releases chemicals.
It will also discuss the barriers that businesses face on a daily basis due to a more diverse workforce including the problems that arise from unbalanced gender roles in the workplace. The cultural noise within a business can often lead to conflict arising amongst employers and their employees. Due to employees having different racial backgrounds in the workplace they may also have different beliefs to that of the business. Not only does a business have to deal with cultural noise internally, they also have to research the culture externally. This is especially the case when a business is expanding into globalisation and it is faced with a new culture.
Furthermore, the usage of power plants is very contradictory because on the one hand, it satisfies the increasing humankind’s needs for electrical power, but on the other hand, the manufacturing output harms the environment. So, which power plant generates larger amount of needed electrical energy and has most negative environmental influence and why? We have the responsibility to minimize that negative impact on the environment and people should produce electrical energy with renewable power plants. . According to the level of negative influence on environment, generally there are three groups of electrical power plants.
Noise Pollution is now emerging as a major national and international problem. It is one of the components of pollution which contributes to a general deterioration of environmental quality. Besides, noise pollution effects the physical and mental health of human beings and reduces their work efficiency and enjoyment of life at home. Human ear is quite is sturdy to stand a wide range of sound energy, hearing became painful or damage the ear if the amount of sound energy reaches 10-14 times more than that of the minimum audible energy. The term “Noise” is derived from a latin word “Navsea” which means unwanted sound, unexpected sound, unpleasant sound or sound that is loud.
This is because it keeps people from experiencing reality and perpetuates the concept of immediate satisfaction. There is the truth in Ojaun10’s words whereas technology nowadays gives negative influence on us because it separates us from reality. Ojaun10 also stated that by constantly being cut off from people and new experiences because of technology, our generation is dying in social life. Indeed, the expansion of today’s smart phone technology was really influence people life in many aspects. To sum up, this research is all about the negative effect to human’s communication behavior because of today’s smart phones technology.
It is traumatizing for the hearing organ and that may affect the quality of life by its unpleasant and disturbing character. The noise sound on road transportation including car, bus and lorry or truck. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), noise is second only to air pollution in the impact it has on health. For example, it will causes hearing loss heart disease, learning problem and sleep disturbance. Long term exposure to noise levels above 75dB seriously hampers hearing and affects human physical and psychological.
Countries such as Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia. The common issue of illegal dumping which is created from physical construction waste which causes nonphysical waste like cost and time overruns to be poorly managed in the construction industry. Waste also influences economical dynamics of society and can influence the environment and its surroundings a great deal. Additionally, just like environmental influences waste can also impact the cost of a project causing implications such as illegal dumping. This is an unlawful deposit activity of waste onto the land which contributes to pollution globally.