An Analysis of Noise Pollution in Dhaka

  • Naimul Razzaque
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  • Naimul Razzaque

    Researcher & Legal Consultant at The Legal Solution Law Consultancy Firm, Bangladesh

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Noise pollution in the capital Dhaka is becoming increasingly serious, which is causing a stir. The entire capital city has now become the epicenter of noise pollution. This examination subject arrangements with the new issue, "Noise pollution in Bangladesh", where the object of this exploration paper is to figure out the reasons and unfortunate result of such noise pollution around the city. Almost all areas of the city are experiencing several times more noise levels than acceptable levels. Noise pollution refers to the possibility of hearing loss due to the production of any noise beyond the limits of human or animal life. According to the World Health Organization's 1989 guidelines, the noise level for residential areas was 55 decibels, and for commercial areas 60 decibels. In 2016, it was recommended to limit the noise level to 53 decibels on the last road, which is not possible in any case. Long-term noise pollution increases the risk of hearing loss and deafness. Negativity, memory loss, creating stress in children. Stress is very serious for health. Stress is hindering the proper development of the child. As a result, there is a possibility of disability in society. To prevent noise pollution, the use of hydraulic horns in vehicles should be prohibited, horns should be blown everywhere, unplanned locations of factories, playing music at high volume should be avoided. Mentally handicapped nation is probably not desirable for anyone. Combined initiatives can only overcome this crisis. For this, specific recommendations have to be made by zoning the area according to the definition of rules and regulations. The country has had noise pollution control rules since 2006.All the people should be abide by the Noise Pollution Rules to prevent noise pollution and cooperate with the government and concerned authorities in coordinating.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 3, Page 2071 - 2075


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