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Details about the Blast Overpressure Microphone add-on for the Vibration Monitoring Terminal

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Details about Sentinel and Sentinel On Demand's features, benefits and technical information.

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Details about Sentinel's directional noise monitoring features, benefits and technical information.

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Details about Sentinel's dust and air quality monitoring features, benefits and technical information.

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Details about Noise Logger features, benefits and technical information.

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Details about our Environmental Monitoring Unit family features, benefits and technical information.

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Details about our Noise Monitoring Terminal family features, benefits and technical information.

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Details about our portable Noise Monitoring Terminal's features, benefits and technical information.

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The majority of the world’s major commercial airports, and a significant number of airport bases, have adopted processes and systems to manage the impact of operational noise from the airport onto surrounding communities.

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Shale gas has transformed the energy market in the United States where drilling is underway in 17 states, with more than 80,000 wells drilled or permitted since 2005. Deposits elsewhere in the world are under varying degrees of exploration.

The main environmental impacts of the process are water usage, waste water management, methane emissions, groundwater and soil contamination. These are generally addressed as part of national environmental regulations and strong stakeholder engagement is critical in addressing concerns.

Noise impact is also a significant issue. Drilling typically takes place 24 hours a day, and where drilling is close to residential areas there is a significant risk of disturbance triggering complaints.

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