United Kingdom: Cuadrilla’s Balcombe drilling may have broken noise rules

Telegraph: A noise monitoring report commissioned by Cuadrilla showed that sound levels during drilling peaked 20pc higher than allowed. But the report said other "local activity' was probably to blame - as spikes were also seen when it was not drilling - and suggested that protesters and police may also have led to increased noise. Planners at West Sussex County Council said it was not clear "whether there has been a breach of condition' and that they had pressed Cuadrilla to quieten their operations......

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