Seeing the way out of a chronic problem

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  • Saturday, 20 Jun 2015

EVERY now and then, the press reports on local councils agonising over what to do to stop the proliferation of unlicensed advertisements that are put up or pasted in public places such as walls, lamp posts and even on trees.

Among the steps taken by these councils to address the problem is to employ contractors to take down or remove the advertisements. Removing the advertisements, especially those that are pasted or glued on, is not only a tedious process but is also costly for the councils.

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