In this paper we consider active noise control (ANC) of impulsive noise having peaky distribution with heavy tail. Such impulsive noise can be modeled using non-Gaussian stable process for which second order moments do not exist. The most famous filtered-x least mean square (FxLMS) algorithm for ANC systems is based on second order moment of error signal, and hence, becomes unstable for the impulsive noise. Recently we have proposed variants of the FxLMS algorithm where improved performance has been realized either by thresholding the input data or efficiently normalizing the step-size for adaptation. In the practical ANC systems, these thresholding parameters need to be estimated offline and cannot be updated during online operation of ANC systems. Furthermore, normalizing the steps-size for an impulsive noise source would essentially freeze the adaptation for very large impulses. In order to solve these problems, in this paper we propose a novel approach for ANC of impulsive noise sources. The proposed approach is based on data-reusing (DR) type adaptive algorithm. The main idea is to improve the stability by normalizing the step-size, and improve the convergence speed by reusing the data. The computer simulations are carried out to verify the effectiveness of the proposed algorithm.