Wind farm opposition gaining strength
According to Krogh, a 10-decibel difference is equal to double the sound to the human ear.
She said the Province allows between 40 to 51 dB. Krogh says the experts say anything over 32 dB can cause significant health issues in humans and animals. Krogh said the intermittent swoosh-swoosh sound is actually harder on the human ear than constant sound.
July 6, 2012
by Kelly McShane
in Cottage Country Now
POWASSAN - Tears and outrage poured from the crowd as they listened to wind turbine testimonials last Thursday night.
"I thought I was coming here to hear about the health effects of wind turbines, but knowing my husband could lose his job really hits home," said Gloria Nelson, her eyes filled with tears after hearing of the plight of industrial companies suffering the consequences of the Green Energy Act.
Nelson's husband works at Fabrene in North Bay. One of the companies hit hard by the ripple effect caused by Ontario's wind and solar energy industry - an... [continue via Web link]