Visual pollution


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Visual pollution

Anything that is offensive to the sense of sight based on its concept, from garbage dumps to garish neon, or roadside signs; it is a subjective matter.
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The amount of visual pollution of the city was unbearable for me," Othman said on the main reason of the project.
This addresses the concern over potential visual pollution caused when mounting a large quantity of antennas to the side of a building.
This is a visual pollution that every citizen needs to fight in order to have a clean environment.
UNSIGHTLY, horrendous, visual pollution - these are some of the words used to describe a new digital billboard planned for Tyneside's busiest shopping street.
Moreover, let's not deny the fact that wall graffiti does contribute generously to visual pollution.
With unique graphic designs, Enki rid the environment from cheap mass designs and visual pollution by forming meaningful aesthetic creations all around us.
He further said that regulation of boards were also important because it was causing huge revenue loss as well as visual pollution in the city; however, the procedure of payment will be in the manner which will facilitate general public and their dignity and self-respect will be considered of utmost importance.
The most serious problem occurred in Moutallo where the site selected for the green zone was a few metres from the residential areas, but whatever the measures to be taken, visual pollution is unavoidable," Fakontis added.
The ministry said it will be financially supporting the new plan to half-bury garbage containers under the ground to avoid visual pollution and the sight of garbage strewn around on streets, potentially threatening public health.
Further, these locations would be hit hard by noise and visual pollution and there is no urgent need to set up such markets, because these parks are surrounded by major stores and shopping malls.
According to Shawly, random design is a form of visual pollution that all Saudi cities are suffering from.
When a mine has come to the end of its usefUl life, the mining activities end and it is often abandoned" Barnard added that unrehabilitated mines can cause visual pollution and many more problems can arise if measures are not taken to rehabilitate the area and make it safe.