Waterloo Case Series Preliminary Report Demonstrates Direct Correlation Between Symptoms and Operating Wind Turbines

Mrs Mary Morris has compiled this preliminary case series, utilising data from residents from Waterloo affected by wind turbine noise and vibration, living out to 8km from the nearest wind turbine.

The case series specifically focuses on what the residents have observed when the turbines are operating compared to times when they are away from the turbines, or the turbines have been off. There is specific reference to a week in July 2013 just after the South Australian EPA acoustic survey concluded, where a “cabling fault” meant that the turbines did not operate for a week.

This is extremely valuable data, because people are their own “controls” – the only variable which changes is exposure to operating wind turbines.

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