NCA

(redirected from Noise Control Act of 1972)
AcronymDefinition
NCANational Command Authorities
NCANational Communication Association
NCANorth Central Association of Colleges and Schools
NCANational Crime Agency (UK)
NCANetwork Computing and Applications (IEEE International Symposium)
NCANational Capital Area
NCANippon Cargo Airlines (Japan)
NCANational Children's Alliance
NCANational Conservation Area (US Bureau of Land Management)
NCANorwegian Church Aid
NCANippon Conditioning Association (Japan)
NCANews and Current Affairs
NCANational Credit Act
NCANational Cemetery Administration
NCANoritake Coated Abrasive (Japan)
NCANational Cosmetology Association
NCANational Climate Assessment (interagency climate assessment)
NCANemzeti Civil Alapprogram (Hungarian: National Civil Fund Program)
NCANational Cheerleaders Association
NCANational Carousel Association
NCANAFO (North Atlantic Fisheries Organization) Convention Area
NCANational Constitutional Assembly (Zimbabwe)
NCANational Consumer Agency (Ireland)
NCANuclear Command Authority (various locations)
NCANational Celiac Association (Needham, MA)
NCAN-Carboxy Anhydride (cyclic organic compound)
NCANew Covenant Academy (Springfield, MO)
NCANetwork Caching Architecture
NCANetwork Computing and Applications
NCANetwork Cache and Accelerator
NCANovell Certification Alliance
NCANational Confectioners Association
NCANational Council on Alcoholism (various locations)
NCANational College of Arts (Pakistan)
NCANational Coffee Association
NCANot Currently Available
NCANational Club Association (Washington, DC)
NCANational Candle Association
NCANetwork Computing Architecture
NCANew Customer Acquisition
NCANetwork Cache and Accelerator (Solaris)
NCANational Coastal Assessment (US EPA)
NCANetwork Communications Adapter
NCANational Camp Association
NCANorthern College of Acupuncture (UK)
NCANational Cattlemen's Association
NCANorthwest College of Art (Washington)
NCANational Competition Agency (various locations)
NCANon-Compete Agreement
NCANational Council on Aging
NCANational Commission on Accrediting (various organizations)
NCANational Craft Association
NCANational Competition Authority (EU)
NCANatomas Community Association (Sacramento, CA)
NCANational Caving Association (UK)
NCANorwegian Competition Authority
NCANational Cleaners Association
NCANational Committee on Accreditation
NCANorth Caicos, Turks And Caicos Islands (Airport Code)
NCANational Coal Association
NCANational Costumers Association (Indianapolis, IN)
NCANational Caves Association (Kentucky)
NCANeighborhood Cleaners Association
NCANational Courier Association (UK)
NCANational Certification Authority (various locations)
NCANagano Curling Association (Japan)
NCANetherlands Centre for Alternatives to animal use
NCANursing Council on Alcohol (est. 2000)
NCANational Council for Adoption
NCANarrow Coverage Area (US DoD Satellite Communications)
NCANoise Control Act of 1972 (US)
NCANevada Cattlemen's Association
NCANorth Coast Aquatics (California)
NCANational Canners Association
NCANeurocirculatory Asthenia
NCANetwork Control Analysis
NCANational Constructors Association
NCANotice of Cash Allocation
NCANetwork Computer Architecture (Apollo)
NCANewport Collaborative Architects (Rhode Island)
NCANational Cathedral Association
NCANon Current Asset
NCANicaraguan Cultural Alliance
NCANehemiah Corporation of America (Sacramento, CA)
NCANortel Certified Architect
NCANational Chamber of Agriculture
NCANorthern Consultancy Association
NCANashua Christian Academy
NCANippon CSIRT (Computer Security Incident Response Team) Association (Japan)
NCANebraska Counseling Association
NCANorthern Cluster Alliance
NCANursing Care Assistant (UK)
NCANorthwest Capital Appreciation, Inc
NCANeurologic Chronometric Assessment
NCANormal Central Assistance (India)
NCANational Communications Agency
NCANational Coordinating Agency
NCANon Circumvention Agreement
NCANuclear and Chemical Agency
NCANational Council of Attractions
NCANumber of Calls Abandoned (telephony)
NCANebraska Cattlemen's Association
NCANo Circuit Announcement
NCANavy Counselor Association, Inc.
NCANot Camp Appropriate
NCANominee-Based Congestion Algorithm
NCANavy Center for Cost Analysis
NCANissei Corporation of America (Greenville, SC)
NCANorthern Communications Area
NCANeil Cerbone Associates, Inc (South Orange, NJ)
NCANorwegian Concrete Association
NCANew Charter Academy (UK)
NCANetwork Control Agent
NCANational Contest Association
NCAMarine Corps Air Station New River, Jacksonville, NC (airport identifier)
NCANode-Cooperation Algorithm
NCANikon Color Adjustment
NCANepal Cultural Association
NCANurse Consultant Associates
NCANational Certification in Agriculture (UK)
References in periodicals archive ?
Anti-noise measures to control noise pollution began showing up in Congress at the turn of the decade, culminating in President Nixon signing the Noise Control Act of 1972, giving the EPA the go-ahead to publish limits on noise emissions from construction equipment, transportation equipment, motors and engines, and electrical equipment.
Between 1981 and 2000, regulation of aircraft noise under the Noise Control Act of 1972 drastically reduced the number of people exposed to excessive noise from neighboring airports, even though air travel increased sixfold in the same period.
The paper concludes that often neither common-law claims nor state and local laws can adequately combat light pollution and argues the need for federal legislation, citing the Noise Control Act of 1972 as an example of where to start.
Quieting the source-vehicles-is one approach Since passage of the Federal Noise Control Act of 1972, trucks and tires have become quieter.
Based on ONAC's report, which claimed that tens of millions of citizens were exposed to excessive noise levels, Congress passed the Noise Control Act of 1972.
The Reagan administration's 1981 decision to strip all funds from EPA:S noise-control program placed the Noise Control Act of 1972 in limbo (SN: 8/17/91, p.
In the United States, the Noise Control Act of 1972 empowered the EPA to determine noise limits to protect the public health and welfare, and to establish a noise control office.
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