Noise Vibration Measurements

Noise measurements are carried out for the evaluation of unwanted sounds arising from industrial activities, transportation vehicles, entertainment and recreation, construction and workplaces.
Laboratories that will provide acoustic noise and environmental noise measurement services must be accredited by TÜRKAK, authorized by the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization and must employ personnel who have successfully completed appropriate training on noise.
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  • Acoustic Noise Measurement and Modeling
  • Environmental Noise Measurement
  • Noise Measurement within the Scope of Environmental Permit
  • In-Plant Noise Measurement and Mapping
  • Background Noise Measurement
  • City Noise Pollution Measurement and Mapping
  • Noise Measurement and Mapping of Noise from Marine Vehicles, Traffic and Construction Machinery
  • Entertainment Place (Cafe, Bar, Casino, etc.) Noise Measurement
  • Live Music (Wedding Hall, Folk Music Bar, Concert, etc.) Sound Measurement
  • Measurement and Evaluation of Noise Criterion Curves (NC Curves)


(1) The principles and procedures for preparing acoustic reports for planned and existing environmental noise sources are given in Appendix-5.

(2) The relevant administration may request acoustic reports specific to the source if needed.

(3) Environmental noise level and noise mitigation measures are determined within the scope of acoustic reports.

(4) Noise modeling studies shall be conducted upon request of the relevant administration.

(5) Acoustic reports are updated in case of changes in the noise source or noise abatement conditions.


(1) The level of environmental noise emitted from transportation sources shall meet the provisions and limit values set out in Appendix-2.

(2) Transport vehicles shall make use of the best available technologies for the reduction of environmental noise.

(3) Noise reduction equipment in the horns and exhausts of motor vehicles shall not be modified or rendered inoperable.

(4) On or in motor vehicles; horns or sound-making devices shall not be played in such a way as to cause noise disturbance except in compulsory cases.


(1) Workplaces and marine vessels broadcasting music causing environmental noise in residential areas shall comply with the provisions set out in Appendix-2.

(2) An acoustic report is prepared and evaluated by the Provincial Directorate for workplaces and marine vessels broadcasting music, and a music broadcasting permit is granted.

(3) The procedures and principles regarding the music broadcasting license shall be determined by the Ministry.

(4) The border coordinates of the areas where marine vessels broadcasting music can broadcast music are determined by the Provincial Local Environment Board Decision.

(5) Administrative sanctions shall be imposed in case the marine vessels broadcasting music operate outside the determined coordinates.

(6) The environmental noise level emitted by marine vessels broadcasting music shall be measured by the Provincial Directorate at the points determined on the shore with a continuous monitoring system.

(7) The Provincial Directorate shall have an environmental noise continuous monitoring system installed in the areas where workplaces broadcasting music Table 1 in Annex-2 to determine whether the limit values in Table 1 in Annex-2 are met and the relevant administration shall be informed electronically.

(8) The relevant administration may have acoustic planning and sound power limiting systems installed to keep the sound pressure level under control.

(9) In areas where more than one music broadcasting workplace or music broadcasting marine vessel operate together and at the same time, additional noise control measures may be determined.

(10) Strategic noise maps and strategic noise action plans shall be taken into account in the site selection and planning of music broadcasting workplaces planned to be established as specified in the relevant legislation.

(11) In case of three violations of the provisions of this Regulation within the same calendar year, the Provincial Directorate shall revoke the music broadcasting permit. The workplace whose music broadcasting permit has been canceled may reapply for a music broadcasting permit after two calendar years.


(1) Industrial plants and workplaces causing environmental noise in residential areas shall Provide the provisions in Annex-2.

(2) Industrial installations shall be subject to the provisions published in the Official Gazette dated 10/9/2014 and numbered 29115 Environmental Permit and License Regulation provisions.

(3) The best available techniques shall be applied to reduce the level of noise emitted from industrial installations and workplaces.

(4) For workplaces planned to be established in residential areas, the provisions of this By-Law on noise management shall be complied with at the licensing stage.

(5) Additional noise control measures for industrial plants and workplaces shall be determined in acoustic reports.

(6) In industrial plants and workplaces, it is ensured that the equipment which are environmental noise sources are indoors as much as possible. Necessary measures shall be taken to reduce airborne transmission from environmental noise sources such as cooling fans, air conditioners, ventilation, generators, etc., which must be in the open environment.


(1) Construction site activities causing environmental noise in residential areas shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of Appendix-2.

(2) Noise abatement measures shall be applied to control the noise emitted to the environment from construction site activities.

Complaints against businesses and facilities that receive sound complaints, whether licensed or unlicensed, should be submitted to the relevant administrations by having measurements made by authorized laboratories within the scope of the relevant regulation.