20th June, 2021 Via Wind Farm Living The new EPA controlled wind facility noise compliance management is all bark but no bite.Unlike the Building Control Commission, which prosecutes bad building work and/or bad builders, there is no wind industry regulatory body, to weed out bad acousticians.The EPA has no authority to access the wind facility … Continue reading EPA Wind Facility Noise Compliance Management
14.12.20 Dear SirsPlease find attached the response from the SA EPA to submissions frommembers of the public and the Wind Turbine industry.As you will see it appears the EPA has spent a longtime doing nothingexcept reading reports/research etc, they have not undertaken anyphysical research themselves.Nor have they provided a Bibliography of what they have read, … Continue reading Email To & From Energy & Emissions Reduction Minister re: SA EPA Response
The SA EPA preliminary response document summarising submissions to the draft Wind Farms environmental noise guidelines review. Source; https://www.epa.sa.gov.au/files 14779_windfarm_noise_guidelines_consultation_responsesDownload
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.
Noise guidelines for wind projects are absolutely useless. Regardless, the so-called responsible authorities use them as permissible levels on which they approve an application for a permit to build a wind project. Guidelines are based on irrelevant parameters that cannot protect adjacent residents. They are the basis for a government licence to damage residents. There … Continue reading Rules for Wind Project Layouts