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What is considered unacceptable noise?

Noise is considered at an acceptable level if it is between 40 and 60 decibels, or if it corresponds to the background ambient noise, which is higher. Noise above acceptable levels is generally considered noise pollution. Here are examples of typical noise and its noise levels decibel to moderate Fante.

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