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Acoustic Lighting Offers Defense Against Noise Pollution (interiors+sources)

Nov. 16, 2018

Public spaces tend to be loud with sound reverberating off hard surfaces, flooring, glass and the ceilings. This leads to uncomfortable ringing in ears and can be determinantal to human health, productivity and well-being.

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Rachel Kats | Former Staff Writer

Rachel has years of experience covering everything from government and education to feature topics and events. A Wisconsin native, she holds a bachelor’s in mass communications and journalism from St. Cloud State University.

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