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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Sadly, we are now confronted with a swath of visual pollution, such as this river wall.
She added that the system is meant to reduce air and water pollution, let alone visual pollution caused by pileups.
In the fourth iteration, our fortnight-long, monthly #KTforGood campaign focuses on the problem of littering, which brings with it not just the issue of visual pollution, but also poses serious health and hygiene hazards for humans and our entire ecosystem.
The 'green roof' has also been proposed to reduce visual pollution, the mayor said.
McKinsey projects savings of up to 40% for operators if they implement network sharing, along with solving roadblocks of 5G deployment such as visual pollution from the installation of excessive equipment.
Illegal construction of markets, shops, signboards and houses exceeding their allotted land are a source of visual pollution, because when something is built illegally, there is no proper planning.
'This is not only causing water contamination directly but also producing visual pollution for climbers,' he added.
Visual pollution can have a deep degradation effect on urban and suburban community: a study in few places of Bengal, India, with special reference to unorganized billboards.
"Visual pollution in urban areas makes people suffer, and the problem is a major one that the Tehran Municipality must look into," Aqeli told the Iranian Students News Agency (ISNA).
Billboards and publicity hoardings was held responsible for cluttering the city's landscape, increasing visual pollution and posing risks to pedestrians and drivers alike.
They also removed signs under the pretext of ridding the region of what they call "visual pollution".