Reducing noise by using Power Cubes

Noise levels are a common cause of construction complaints, especially for sites located in or around residential areas.

Power cubes can be used to store and deliver clean and silent power.

They help to reduce fuel use and CO2 emissions, as well as minimising noise levels for the surrounding public.

Below is an example of how many sites have used a Power Cube to reduce noise levels:

  • On a school site the contractor used the silent, zero emission power cube on more remote areas instead of generators. This reduced the noise produced from the works and also meant that their carbon footprint was significantly lower.

To find out more about power cubes, please click below.

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CCS, Site Registration Examples of Best Practice Brochure, 2014


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