Noise Complaint Resources

Noise Pollution

The word noise originates from the Latin word nauseas, which means disgust or discomfort. Unlike the rock band "Noise Pollution" which actually has produced some good songs, living with disruptive noise pollution can be a nightmare. We have fought for clients whose lives have been turned upside down by excessive noise. Being unable to enjoy the peace and quiet of your home, being unable to sleep, watch television, or read a book-these things most people take for granted, can be completely disrupted by excessive noise from a neighbor or a nearby industrial source.

Listed below are links to several websites that provide great information on excessive noise, and the devastating effects of long-term exposure to noise pollution.

Noise Pollution Clearinghouse www.nonoise.org
The Noise Pollution Clearinghouse is a national non-profit organization with extensive online noise related resources.

Department of Ecology

Noise Pollution

Stress and Noise Pollution

Noise Pollution Takes Toll on Health and Happiness

Widenoise - EveryAware

Contacts for noise pollution

What is Noise Pollution for Children

Just How Bad is Noise Pollution for Our Health

9 Ways That Sound Affects Our Health

Noise Pollution News The New York Times


Court Awards $300,000 for noise pollution - Attorney Mills provides a summary regarding case: Kenneth Tullo, et al v. Connecticut Container Corporation