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Simple device to deflect birds


Teh (white shirt) and Ang (with tie) observing visitors using the automatic glass doors that stops the ingress of external air and heat into Komtar.

Teh (white shirt) and Ang (with tie) observing visitors using the automatic glass doors that stops the ingress of external air and heat into Komtar.

ALL tall buildings suffer from invasions of birds in search of a place to roost, and the tallest monolith in Komtar has been dealing with it since it was erected.

Pigeon droppings — a health hazard that spreads parasites, bacteria and mites — have been gathering by the hundreds of kilogrammes atop the retail lots where people movement are highest, but a recent spark of creativity has ended the problem without much ado.

Northern Region , bird

   

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