Noise emitting devices taken down after complaints

Noise-emitting devices installed in a downtown parkette in Toronto were removed following complaints. Begging the question:  WHY NOT REMOVE WIND TURBINES?

Toronto Parkette

Noise is unwanted sound.

Where you live (urban vs. rural) and the  noise emitting source of your acoustical tormentor creates a dichotomy in accessing protections to safe guard personal well- being. Particularly if the noise happens to be from a wind turbine generator.

Noise used to discourage vagrancy and repeal youth from loitering is shut off due to complaints. An urban example with a different outcome than 1 000s upon 1 000s of  turbine complaints  arising in rural areas. Turbine noise is adversely  impairing sleep and creating increasing numbers of families driven out of their homes.  Noise from turbines is allowed secure in the knowledge it is shielded by laws enacted to further the day’s energy policies.  The wind industry hides behind the skirts of its protectors deflecting any compelled action using legalese as a shield and regulations of the Green Energy Act as its sword. Silencing the voices of the hurting and harmed.

READ ARTICLE: https://www.thestar.com/news/gta/2017/03/09/city-investigates-noise-emitting-devices-installed-near-downtown-parkette.html

Noise Device identified as The Mosquito: http://www.movingsoundtech.com/

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