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Champaign, IL 61826-9005

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To properly assess and develop a noise management strategy, scientists at the ERDC Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) developed modeling technology to evaluate the impact of weapons noise on humans and animals.
Accurate noise exposure forecasts
To properly assess and develop a noise management strategy, scientists at the ERDC Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) developed modeling technology to evaluate the impact of weapons noise on humans and animals.
Researchers at the ERDC Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) began developing environmental compliance assessment manuals for the U.S. Air Force and Army in the late-1980s. These manuals became a way to determine compliance with current environmental regulations.
 
Today, the Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH) Compliance Tools offer cost-saving process efficiencies, helping users plan and manage a comprehensive compliance program, including evaluation and reporting, risk management, pollution prevention and hazardous materials management.
Assessments for government environmental regulations
Created by CERL researchers, the Environment, Safety and Occupational Health (ESOH) Compliance Tools offer cost-saving process efficiencies, helping users plan and manage a comprehensive compliance program, including evaluation and reporting, risk management, pollution prevention and hazardous materials management.
Products and services from CERL research enhance the Army’s ability to design, build, operate and maintain its installations and contingency bases and ensure environmental quality at the lowest life-cycle cost. An active technology transfer program ensures the widest dissemination among prospective users.