Local readers of the Dunnville Chronicle might want to show a preference for 'news' over 'olds', and reporting over transcribing.
Report says Ontario's wind turbine guidelines are 'rigorous' - Dunnville Chronicle - Ontario, CA:
"Ontario's Minister of the Environment Jim Bradley has released a report on noise made from Industrial Wind Turbines (IWT) which claims the province is going above and beyond what is expected of them in dealing with the controversial type of renewable energy.The article gets better during the brief paragraphs quoting Ernie King, vice-president of Haldimand Wind Concerns, but returns to pretending it's a fresh, relevant study again.
In the report obtained by Haldimand County, it states there is "no direct health risk(s) from wind turbine sound at Ontario's regulated setback distance."
The study, conducted by noise, vibration and acoustics experts Howe Gastmeier Chapnik Limited, analyzed the latest findings on low frequency noise and infrasound from wind turbines, looking at 100 papers and reports from Ontario, Alberta, and countries around the world."