A new draft of the state’s wind farm environmental noise guidelines are open for public consultation to help better address potential noise impacts from multi-stage wind farm developments on people living in close proximity.
In mid-2018, the Environment Protection Authority carried out a technical review of the Wind farms environmental noise guidelines, to ensure that the guidelines were still appropriate.
The new draft guidelines have been released for consultation with the public and direct communication will be made to those who have already engaged with the EPA on the matter, including parties who made noise-related submissions at the Crystal Brook Energy Park State Commission Assessment Panel hearing.
The update will also include consultation with other Australian jurisdictions, with a view to standardising guidelines across the country.
See DeFrocks Post- https://defrock.org/2018/11/18/rules-for-wind-project-layouts/