Sekino said the court recognized those who live in an area with over 75 Weighted Equivalent Continuous Perceived Noise Level (WECPNL), an international environmental index for airplane noise, as qualifying for state compensation.
What does WECPNL stand for?
WECPNL stands for Weighted Equivalent Continuous Perceived Noise Level
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Referring to Weighted Equivalent Continuous Perceived Noise Level (WECPNL), an international environmental index for airplane noise, Watanabe said in his ruling, ''The residents in the area with over 75 WECPNL suffer damage beyond tolerable limits.
According to this scale -- the weighted equivalent continuous perceived noise level -- noise in residential areas should not exceed 70.