Mazatlan goes against noise pollution in the city with a new sound level meter


Industry, bars, and clubs are the main sources of auditory contamination

Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Municipal Ecology and Environment Department acquired a first quality sound level meter to detect situations that exceed the established decibels.

Lourdes Sanjuán Gallardo, director of this instance, said that this sound meter had a cost of 116 thousand pesos.

“We will get a device to measure the sound in a very precise way, it is a new device that we requested and they already authorized it,” she said.


She commented that this tool will begin to evaluate the auditory contamination in the port.

She stressed that complaints about hearing pollution are coming every day, specifically from bars and industry.

“We have several complaints about noise, mainly, now we have Munsa, it is one of the slopes, the mills, we have some restaurants-bar, they are three,” she said.

Source: reaccion informativa

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