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  • TITLE: Posting of Graphical Bills: An Analytical Perception of Environmental Pollutions in Nigerian Cities

    AUTHORS: Emmanuel Bankole Oladumiye, B. A. Ogunlade, F. Kayode Omole

    KEYWORDS: Graphical Bills, Pollution, Environmental, Posting, Perception

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol.8 No.10, September 20, 2017

    ABSTRACT: More than ever before, environmental preservation has been a critical issue for the survival of the world’s habitat. An attempt to explore global trends in environmental monitoring using numerous ways based on different techniques is an exercise in the right direction. This is expedient, given the recent overwhelming growing rate of environmental pollution of advertisement graphical bills worldwide. Posting of advertisement graphical bills constitutes one of the biggest threats to man and his environment as it now appears and as we live in an age of growing sensitivity to environmental cleanliness. Pollution of the Nigerian cities through advertisement bills assumes the general term of outdoor advertising ranging from hand-printed signs, posters, painted bulletins and spectaculars. However this paper discusses the trends of posting graphic advertisement bills in Nigerian cities. Its impact on aesthetics, as well as the pollution problems associated with the urban development. The study areas are Abuja, Akure, Ibadan and Lagos. In order to ensure that each unit of the population is represented, random sampling technique was used to get the necessary information from the samples. The findings emphasize the importance of strict control and market regulations in posting of advertisement bill in built environment and eradication of pollution of the environment.