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Courier – Noise complaints flare-up in Lochgelly

Community campaigner James Glen has urged the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) to monitor the situation at the Fife petrochemical plant after a recent investigation suggested noise levels in the area had been regularly breached.

That probe found that World Health Organisation guidelines for community noise had been breached 19 times out of 22 during the day, and 11 out of 21 times for night-time noise levels.

Several breaches were also noted against Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) guidelines for the assessment of low frequency noise.

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