The evaluation of the environmental noise impact of an activity, transport infrastructure, industrial facility, area destined for urban planning or the construction of a building in general, is becoming a mandatory requirement for the approval of the environmental impact solution of the project or the application for the operating license. To obtain the approval of an environmental impact study, it is required to assess the scope of the acoustic impact due to noise of an activity, industrial installation, infrastructure, urbanization, etc. and the definition of corrective measures if necessary within the Acoustic Impact Study. Carrying out acoustic impact studies makes it possible to implement corrective measures in the project phase, which has a favorable impact on both execution costs and eliminating the need to apply corrective measures.
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The holders of activities subject to the environmental intervention regime susceptible to generating noise and vibrations (Decree 176/2009, of November 10, which approves the Regulation of Law 16/2002, of June 28, of protection against noise pollution, and its annexes are adapted) are required to submit an Acoustic Impact Study. The number of activities subject to the environmental intervention regime (listed in Annex I, Annex II and Annex II of Law 20/2009, of December 4, on the prevention and environmental control of activities) is very high, livestock facilities, workshops of automobiles, body shops and paint, service stations or gas stations, laundries, carpentry, waste management, hotels, hostels, campsites, rural houses, etc. It is recommended that the Acoustic Impact Study be drawn up by a technician specialized in sampling noise and / or vibrations, as it is necessary that they have knowledge of handling and calibration of the sound level meter, application of the sampling technique and adequate measurement conditions, data recording, sound level calculation and noise assessment and reporting based on current regulations.