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Challenge / Goal

The realization of the study and the noise map in the municipality of Massamagrell involves the cartographic representation of the sound pressure levels, or noise, existing in the area and during a given period. The objective is to determine the exposure of the population to environmental noise, especially when these exposure levels can have harmful effects on health.


The methodology established for this study will be based on the direct measurement of noise levels . To carry out the characterization of the noise emission, acoustic measurements will be taken "in situ" by means of an equipped mobile unit, during a period of three months.

Subsequently, the data obtained will be analyzed and a report and a noise map will be drawn up. This information must be clear, intelligible and easily accessible. The map will distinguish zones according to the decibels detected and classify them according to the local noise regulations in force.

Citizen participation

Massamagrell is not required by law to monitor noise but citizens within the participatory budget proposals proposed to make an acoustic map of the town in one of the initiatives.


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Time period

Planning time: Less than 6 months

Implementation time: Less than 6 months



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End users

All citizens

    Main benefits

  • Improving life quality

  • Reducing local air pollution

  • Enhanced data analysis

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