Singapore Is Devising Creative New Ways To Reduce Noise Pollution

Singapore Is Devising Creative New Ways To Reduce Noise Pollution

The Housing & Development Board aims to soften the impact of sound to create a more pleasant living environment

Emma Hutchings
  • 2 september 2016

Singapore’s Housing & Development Board (HDB) is entering into a year-long research collaboration with technology company 3M Singapore to study creative new ways to combat noise pollution. Announced at the World Cities Summit, this partnership aims to make the high-rise, high-density environment a more pleasant place to live.

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