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Provides suitable methods for the prediction, measurement, and assessment of sound from wind turbines. These methods may be applied during the processes of planning and developing a wind farm, then for confirming compliance with resource consent conditions covering sound levels, and also for the investigation and assessment of noise complaints about operating wind farms.
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Ministry: Ministry for the Environment
Section: Method D3.6
Recommend the use of industry codes of practice and standards for assessing resource consent applications. For example, use NZS6808:2010 Wind Farm Noise Standard to assess the noise effects of wind farm proposals
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