Article on new guidelines on low-frequency noise from wind turbines
The latest issue of the International Law Office (ILO) newsletter on environmental law includes the article "Agency introduces guidelines on low frequency noise from wind turbines" by Søren Stenderup Jensen and Sebina Harder.
The article describes the background for the Danish Environmental Protection Agency's revision of the statutory order on wind turbines by new guidelines in December 2011. These guidelines supplement the previously applicable noise levels with a new binding limit of 20dB for low-frequency noise and accordingly means that Denmark is the first country in the world to set binding limits for low-frequent noise from wind turbines.
Read the article here.