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Abatement Society may help.
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Aims and Objectives
NoiseNet was set up in early 2000 by
Kenyon as a fast resource for noise and vibration
information. NoiseNet is not an anti-noise (or pro noise)
organisation or lobby body. We hope eventually to be a
commercial directory. The content initially relates mainly to the
UK; although there is much of international relevance. In
future we hope to develop specific US and European
content. The site is aimed at those affected by noise and
vibration, as well as those who create noise and vibration, and
those who deal professionally with noise and vibration.
Please read our Terms and
Conditions of Use.
This site will be commercial; therefore, if you wish
to upgrade your entry on the directory
please visit the upgrade page. In addition it will be possible
to place appropriate banner ads on various pages; again
us for details.
The NoiseNet.org Ltd is owned and operated from the
UK. We would prefer it if any queries are dealt
with by e-mail but if you wish to use "normal" modes
of communication, the Technical Adviser, Mel Kenyon, can answer
any (most) queries.
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